Jose Mourinho's post match interviews are becoming a thing of legend, and the interview with BT Sport following their loss at home to Liverpool was nothing short of extraordinary. We don't know how to react, you don't know how to react - twitter don't know how to react.
Naturally, it's causing quite a buzz - with support for Mourinho more split than the Saipan incident, or Marmite.
Here's how twitter reacted:
Jose’s post match was pure car crash. Just seems to have no solutions so decides to be rude and abrupt.
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) October 31, 2015
There was a lot of credit given the the interviewer for persevering:
I love that reporter who conducted the post-match interview with Jose. Didn't get intimidated, kept goading him, created gold.
— ⭐ amy o'connor ⭐ (@amyohconnor) October 31, 2015
This kind of sums it up well, but is Mourinho about to leave?
Jose Maurinho just gave the most extraordinary post match interview imaginable. Seriously. He's gone.
— Danny Baker (@prodnose) October 31, 2015
Robert Steers hopes not:
Jose's gone up in more people's estimation:
The blokes a living legend ! Hilarious interview if you can call it that ! https://t.co/vovxpGI1VX
— Neil Dobias (@NeilDobias) October 31, 2015
While Jose also got a different nickname:
Loved that Jose Interview.
The #NOTHING One.
— GaGs (@GagsTandon) October 31, 2015
And then the jokes came:
Fawlty Towers-esque performance from José in the post-match interview... https://t.co/EBoxwDH5bA
— Joe Galvin (@Joey_Galvin) October 31, 2015
Mourinho sounded like your angry other half who phones you then says nothing.
— 888sport (@888sport) October 31, 2015
the only way that Mourinho interview could be any better was if they asked him if Garcia's shot crossed the line. #ivenothingtosay
— OLSC Chicago (@ChicagoLFC) October 31, 2015
In case you missed Mourinho's post-match interview, I saved it here https://t.co/VSJVvBZbiC
— Richie McCormack (@RichieMcCormack) October 31, 2015