The best jokes as José Mourinho celebrates late Marouane Fellaini winner against Young Boys

Man Utd through to last-16 of the Champions League after added-time goal in 1-0 win.

There were lots of tweets and jokes as José Mourinho celebrated Marouane Fellaini's winner goal in Man Utd's 1-0 win over Young Boys, by throwing and kicking drinks bottles
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Manchester United manager José Mourinho threw a container of water bottles to the floor as he celebrated Marouane Fellaini’s winning goal in added time at the end of a Champions League group stage clash with Young Boys from Bern on Tuesday.

A long, goalless 90 minutes in Group H saw Mourinho’s tactics and starting line-up criticised with star players Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku initially left out for their clash with the Swiss at Old Trafford.

Marcus Rashford was selected up front but would have been disappointed with a shocking miss in the first-half, which also provoked a reaction from the expressive bench.

The tall midfielder’s last-gasp goal gave United a 1-0 win and ensured progression into the knockout stages of the competition while the manager proceeded to kick and throw drinks bottles on the sidelines.

These were the best jokes after José Mourinho’s wild celebrations following an injury time Fellaini winner in Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys:


Jose should definitely be putting these chances away.

— James Stretford (@Jamesstretford) November 27, 2018


“Yeah that’s it Jose, play it cool. Don’t let them know you’re under pressu…” https://t.co/Hs0XGoE8j9

— Gaz Drinkwater (@Radio_Gaz) November 28, 2018

"Look what it means to Mourinho!"

…what exactly *does* it mean?#MUNYB pic.twitter.com/3rzG7ejGv1

— James Maasdorp (@MaasdorpJR) November 27, 2018


Fellaini literally saves Mourinho's job every week.

— Liam Canning (@LiamPaulCanning) November 27, 2018


When you ask for Coke but they ask if Pepsi is ok… pic.twitter.com/pvG0TeAbvV

— cal (@CallumCraggs) November 27, 2018


Marouane Fellaini now has as many European Cup goals as Diego Maradona

— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) November 27, 2018

When Fellaini f*cking scores last minute and ruins your masterplan for a sacking and a big payout. pic.twitter.com/eVQGmgJxjI

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) November 27, 2018

Fellaini up front indefinitely is the only way. Such is the horror.

— Liam Canning (@LiamPaulCanning) November 27, 2018

The rest of United still behind @Fellaini pic.twitter.com/9C7KH5POXr

— B/R Football (@brfootball) November 27, 2018

Huge L for these fans pic.twitter.com/28mQ9ez2i5

— ManUtdMindset (@ManUtdMindset) November 27, 2018

Add this celebration to FIFA 20 lmaooooo pic.twitter.com/bBU4py9sxN

— Harry (@wroetoshaw) November 27, 2018

Mourinho in Jan: “Because I don't behave as a clown on the touchline, it means I lost my passion… I prefer to behave the way I am doing it, much more mature, better for my team & myself, I don't think you have to behave like a crazy guy on the touchline to have that passion.”

— Liam Twomey (@liam_twomey) November 27, 2018

“Talk to me about GW13”

Me: pic.twitter.com/Q7ZifICJWQ

— FPL Viper (@FPLViper) November 27, 2018

We’ve just watched ninety minutes of absolute shite for a 60-yard ball pumped forward to be flicked on to Fellaini to finish, followed by Mourinho picking up and slamming water bottles into the floor.

One normal day, just one normal day is all I ask for.

— Jordan Clarke (@FourFourJordan) November 27, 2018

Does anything sum up Jose Mourinho’s reign at Manchester United better than ‘Fellaini 90+1’?

— Football Ramble (@FootballRamble) November 27, 2018