Jose Mourinho walked out from an interview after Manchester United’s 0-0 draw with Hull City on Wednesday night.
The Portuguese was expecting all three points as Hull sit at the bottom of the Premier League table, but was held to a draw after his side failed to find the back of the net.
Man United created plenty of chances, especially in the second-half but were not clinical enough, missing clear cut opportunities which could have seen them win by at least two or three goals.
He allegedly left the interview early before criticising the reporter asking him questions.
Jose Mourinho has just walked out of @BBCSport interview.
"If you do not know football, you should not have a microphone in your hand."
— Shamoon Hafez (@ShamoonHafez) February 1, 2017
Our unbeaten run seems like it was months away as the football we’ve been playing recently has been painful to watch, whether it’s a lack of chances or failing to remain clinical in front of goal, United have looked out of it.
Failing to pick up three points against sides like Hull or Burnley is really holding United back from the top four this season as they’ve had many opportunities to close the gap.
It’s disappointing because it was going so well for Mourinho, but hopes are he’s able to pick the team up as he did earlier in the campaign.