Jose Mourinho sniped at UEFA and Pep Guardiola after Chelsea’s European Super Cup defeat, but also commented on “my Inter.”
Chelsea were held to a 2-2 draw by Guardiola’s Bayern Munich in last night’s clash, which was decided on penalties when Manuel Neuer saved from Romelu Lukaku.
Oscar Ramires was sent off for the Blues with a second yellow card, though his studs-up foul on Mario Götze’s ankle could even have been a straight red.
“It is my European destiny. When I play against Guardiola, one of my players always has to be sent off,” Mou told Sky Sport Italia.
“It happened with Inter when he was at Barcelona, then Real Madrid more than once, with Chelsea even before Inter and again now.”
The Special One also commented to Mediaset Premium about Inter President Massimo Moratti’s plans to sell at least part of the club to Indonesian investor Erick Thohir.
“Inter are always Inter. I am somewhat pained, because my Inter was that of Moratti and his family, but I think if he made this decision then it’s because he understood it is for the good of our Inter.
“In any case, we will always be at this club’s side.”