The Portuguese José Mourinho, coach of Roma, was the protagonist of the image of his team’s game this Sunday, celebrating with a sixty-meter run the goal signed by Stefan El Shaarawy in the 92nd minute that gave him a 2-1 victory in the 1,000th game of his coaching career.
Mourinho celebrated in style a triumph that keeps Roma with full points after three days of Serie A and allows them to keep up with the rhythm of Milan and Naples.
When El Shaarawy made it 2-1, after Roma brushed past the goal three times, Mourinho ran to the south curve of the Olympic Stadium to hug his players.
The Portuguese coach, former coach of Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham or Porto, won 638 of his 1,000 games, with 205 draws and 157 defeats.
His record includes two Champions Leagues, won with Porto in 2004 and Inter in 2010, as well as league titles in Portugal, Italy, Spain and England.
It won two Portuguese leagues, one Spanish League, three English Premier League and two Serie A, as well as two UEFA Cup / Europa League. EFE (HN)