Jose Mourinho slips and falls before England's loss to Spain at Wembley

Jose Mourinho slips and falls before England's loss to Spain at Wembley

- Jose Mourinho falls on a concrete at the Wembley stadium before England loss to Spain

- The Manchester United manager was heading to his position before the incident occurred

- Luke Shaw has been given the all clear after a terrible head injury during the fixture

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho slipped over a concrete and fell at the Wembley before England’s Nations League defeat to Spain.

The Portuguese coach was strolling into the famous stadium to take his position for the match when the incident happened.

The 55-year-old dropped to the ground and had a sheepish look on his face as he clambered back up in front of the stunned crowd.

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Football supporters reacted on social media with one comparing Mourinho to former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

Remembering the time Wenger slipped over at an airport, they wrote: “He’s looking more like Wenger every day.”

Another said: “The second picture looks like he’s about to start break dancing.”

One tweeted: “Is he taking a dive like LVG?”

However, at least the Red Devils' boss can take comfort from Luke Shaw who has been given the all-clear after a head injury scare during the match.

The England left-back who provided the assist for Marcus Rashford's first goal had to be taken off on a stretcher after receiving oxygen on the field.

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Shaw hit his head on the ground, but has since tweeted that he is OK and should be available for Manchester United’s next game.

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Manchester United are reportedly lining up Wolves manager Nuno Santo as Jose Mourinho's replacement.

According to German media outfit Bild, the current Wolves boss Santo is also in the running to replace the ex-Real Madrid manager.

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