Watch Bernardo Silva Pull-off A Jose Mourinho In Post-match Interview

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When Bernando Silva was asked about the controversial decision he said, "If I speak, I will be in trouble". Read more for the details about the Jose incident

Written By Abhishek Shetty | Mumbai | Updated On:
Bernardo Silva

The highly-anticipated Premier League match of the season, Liverpool vs Manchester City, took place on November 10, 2019. Liverpool showed why they are leading the Premier League 2019-20 table with a strong 3-1 win over the visitors. The game totally lived up to its expectation as both the teams gave their 100 per cent on the pitch. Pep Guardiola's side entered Anfield with the intention to catch Liverpool in the title race and complete their hat-trick of Premier League titles. But City missed some key players like Ederson and Davil Silva.

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Bernando Silva's Jose Mourinho moment 

However, the game saw many decisions ruled in Liverpool's favour instead of the other way round. Manchester City were not awarded two possible penalties of which one turned out in Liverpool scoring the opener on the counter-attack. There were some questions raised over the controversial decision as the ball also seemed to have touched Liverpool defender Alexander-Arnold on the hand. When Bernardo Silva was asked about the controversial decision, he pulled off a classic Mourinho moment and said: "If I speak, I will be in trouble". He denied talking about the matter which could have helped City to get an alternate result in the game. 

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Jose Mourinho's epic moment

Jose Mourinho was very surprised and frustrated after Chelsea lost their Premier League 2013-14 clash against Aston Villa. The then Chelsea manager refused to speak on the match as he said he always gets into controversies whenever he questions the referees or the decisions taken in the match. He said, "I prefer not to comment" in the post-match interview for which Jose later revealed that he was annoyed that he was not able to ask 'one question' to the game officials. 

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