- Jose Mourinho has been attacked by fans after refusing to shake Frank Lampard during the Chelsea vs Tottenham match
- Spurs were beaten by 2-1 as the Blues extended their lead above their London rivals to four points
- Fans took to social media to criticize the former Man United boss for snubbing Lampard
Jose Mourinho stormed into the dressing room after the referee blew the final whistle in the match between Chelsea and Tottenham at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues won the match by 2-1 courtesy of goals from Marcos Alonso and Olivier Giroud's strike in each half of the match.
But the Mourinho was seen walking into the dressing room without exchanging pleasantries with his opposite number Lampard.
However Lampard shook hands with the entire coaching crew of Spurs as he celebrated the victory with his players.
Fans have gone on Twitter to react to Mourinho's attitude with the video clip viewed thousands of times.
One fan said: “Mourinho throwing his toys out of the pram and not shaking Lampard’s hand."
Another commented: “The Special one is p***ed.”
While a third laid into the Spurs boss: “He’s always had a bad attitude,” they said.
“Sometimes it’s funny but other times not so much.”
A fourth even sent a warning, with: “Mourinho is finished.”
A fifth gave Mourinho the benefit of the doubt: “Maybe he did and we didn’t see it because of the camera.”
A sixth added: “He definitely did.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chelsea vs Tottenham saw fans blast the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) for not sending Tottenham star Giovanni Le Celso off.
The Argentine stamped his boot on Ceasar Azpilicueta during the match and referee Micheal Oliver did not see it.
But VAR spotted the intent of Le Celso and Oliver decided not to award a red card to the Spurs midfielder who was lucky to escape the punishment.
Legit.ng also reported that SPAL vs Juventus saw the champions ran away with a 2-1 win as they maintain their stand on top of the Serie A log.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Aaron Ramsey scored for the Bianconeri as Andrea Petagna's spot-kick was not enough to keep his side in the match.
Ronaldo thought he had scored in the fourth minute when he was played through with a pass from Paulo Dybala before applying the finish.