- Jose Mourinho was caught in the crowd watching a Bundesliga cracker between Leipzig and Bayern Munich
- Tottenham will be facing Leipzig in a last 16 Champions League tie in the coming week
- Mourinho's men are currently on winter break following their victory over Southampton in the FA Cup
Jose Mourinho took his time to travel into the cold conditions of Germany to witness a Bundesliga top-of-the-table clash between RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Tottenham will be squaring up against Leipzig in the round of 16 Champions League on February, 19 and the first leg is slated for London.
Spurs were defeated in the group stages against Bayern and Mourinho is doing his homework not to fail against another top German opponent at the knockout phase.
The Portuguese boss wore a black baseball cap, scarf and a jacket with white iPhone headphones in as he watched the match that ended in a goalless draw.
Spurs recently made it through into the 5th Round of the FA Cup following their 3-2 victory over Southampton on their second attempt.
And the Lily White stars have taken time out to refresh their muscles but not for 57-year-old Mourinho who is looking to make his team progress into the next phase of the elite competition.
Leipzig have been having a good season in the Bundesliga but dropped to second recently below defending champions Bayern.
While the two top German sides were jostling for who would stay on top of the division, Mourinho was busy taken down notes about his opponents in the next ten days.
German striker Timo Werner has been among the most sought-after stars in Europe and the 23-year-old striker has been having a breakthrough 2019-20 season.
He has scored 25 goals in all competitions for his club and will be a handful for Mourinho's men who have been shaky in defence this season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Milan derby produced a six-goal thriller as Inter Milan defeated their rivals AC Milan in an entertaining 4-2 derby win.
Antonio Conte's side have now moved to level on points with leaders Juventus after coming from two-goals down to beat their city neighbors.
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