The Red Devils boss was unhappy with a question from a BBC journalist after his side were held to a 0-0 draw by Hull City at Old Trafford
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has stormed out of a television interview, refusing to answer a question from the BBC.
United were held to a scoreless draw by Hull City, missing a chance to move into the top four and go just three points off second place.
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Tigers goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic was the hero for the visitors, pulling off an excellent stop to deny Paul Pogba from scoring the opening goal.
After the game, Mourinho was clearly distraught with the result, and walked out of the TV interview after being asked by Martin Fisher “what particularly do you think the refreree should have pulled them up on?”
Jose Mourinho has just walked out of @BBCSport interview.
“If you do not know football, you should not have a microphone in your hand.”
— Shamoon Hafez (@ShamoonHafez) February 1, 2017
Mourinho was unhappy with the question, replying “if you do not know football, you should not have a microphone in your hand,” before cutting the interview off.
After only picking up a point, the Red Devils remain in sixth position, four points behind a Champions League spot, and 14 adrift of Premier League leaders Chelsea.