Salzburg Boss Mathias Jaissle Copied Jose Mourinho’s Historic Celebration After Last-gasp Winner Against Roma


    RB Salzburg manager Mathias Jaissle picked on Jose Mourinho historic goal celebration after a last-gasp winner over the Serie A club in the Europa League playoffs.

    Jose Mourinho
    Mathias Jaissle at the touchlines Vs Roma

    Roma traveled to Austria to take on Salzburg in the Europa League playoffs on Thursday after they settled for a disappointing 1-1 draw with Leece in Serie A in their last game.

    The club is eyeing a Champions League finish in the Serie A this season, but stumbled to the shock draw against Leece.

    A Europa League win could see Jose Mourinho navigate his way back to the Champions League, but they have gotten to a disappointing start in the playoffs against Austrian giants Salzburg.

    After holding off the home side throughout the first half, Roma stumbled at the dearth, conceding in the 88th minute against the run of play with a goal from Capaldo.

    While it is a score margin more likely to be overturned by Jose Mourinho, the defeat sent Jose Mourinho and his boys to the second leg with a disadvantage.

    Meanwhile, while Roma await a crunch second-leg tie in Italy, Salzburg manager Mathias Jaissle went wild on the touchline after Capaldo’s late strike handed the home side a win.

    The German tactician took to Jose Mourinho’s historic Old Trafford goal celebration, running down the touchline to celebrate the goal with the players.

    Jose Mourinho

    It was a turning point in the game and the former Brondby manager left no stone unturned as he poured out his emotions in torrents, sprinting on the touchlines to toast Capaldo’s strike in style.

    Mathias Jaissle’s goal celebration was a recreation of Jose Mourinho’s historic goal celebration at Old Trafford.

    In 2004, the Portuguese took FC Porto to Old Trafford for a crunch Champions League tie against Manchester United. After a dragging and an extremely physical game, Porto finally got the better of Manchester United, scoring a last-gasp winner against the Premier League giants.

    After the goal, Jose Mourinho charged down the Manchester United touchline and emptied his pent-up with shouts of triumph.

    He later went on to win the tournament with FC Porto and would later return to the Premier League as Chelsea’s manager.

    During Mathias Jaissle’s goal celebration, a camera footage on the face of Jose Mourinho shows the Roma manager seemingly unhappy with the goal and celebration by the Salzburg manager.

    Jose Mourinho

    The former Manchester United boss had named his best legs for the game, featuring the likes of Paulo Dybala, Tammy Abraham, and Nemanja Matic.

    Reacting to the loss, Jose Mourinho said it was unfortunate and unjust to concede at the dearth after dominating the game.

    He also blamed the loss on the inability of the team to convert chances and score goals after dominating the game.

    “This is football, is what we say in these situations. You have to score goals”, he said.

    “It could’ve not happened, but it happened. I think we dominated the game. We were always in control of a match that was very relaxed for us.

    “We missed some incredible chances and there was a clear penalty not awarded to us in the first half.

    “We were unlucky with the change of referee to this gentleman here. Conceding a goal in the final minutes was unjust.

    “We have to put the ball in the net. When we don’t, then there is this risk. We know who we are, we know our limits, but when my team gives its all, I never have a negative word to say.”

    Roma will tackle Salzburg in the return leg of the encounter next week. The winners of the maiden edition of the Europa Conference League will be expected to overturn the narrow 1-0 deficit in Rome when hosting the Austrian giants.

    Do you think Mathias Jaissle’s goal celebration antics was aimed at Jose Mouriho? Can Roma overturn this result in Italy?


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