Manchester United had just equalised in their FA Cup semi-final with Tottenham Hotspur through Alexis Sanchez but Jose Mourinho was in no mood to celebrate.
What followed for the next 70 minutes was a performance that saw Man United take the lead and assume control of the encounter in brilliantly Mourinho-esque fashion.
A source close to the Portuguese, as revealed by the Daily Star, claimed that Mourinho called Herrera and Young over to ensure United stopped affording Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen – both of which had combined for Spurs’ opener – the same amount of space.
This was a significant blow to those, whether as journalists or mere punters, who maintain that Mourinho has lost his dressing room – that players are no longer listening to him in the way they did before.
The 20 minute mark and what happened after was visual proof of the opposite. Mourinho essentially lost his rag, told Herrera and Pogba to get their act together, and watched on as his players, as instructed, kept that space between midfield and defence tight, depriving Spurs of space to breathe and eventually seeing them off.