Jose Mourinho wasn’t injured but he reported a coin being thrown at him at the end of Manchester United’s dramatic 3-2 win at Manchester City on Saturday.
It is believed that Mourinho then gave the coin to a ball boy but he reported the incident to officials at the end of a thrilling Manchester Derby.
There was also plenty of animosity directed towards the bench of United as City’s fans sat right around them were seen shouting at players such as Marcos Rojo who celebrated when Chris Smalling made it 3-2 to the Red Devils to complete an incredible turnaround from 2-0 down to delay City’s Premier League title win.
In a separate incident at half time of the game, United’s Spanish midfielder Ander Herrera will not be charged for spitting on a Man City badge on the floor as he entered the tunnel.
Herrera appeared to spit right in the center of the badge as he trudged off with United 2-0 down and City’s fans in full party mode after a dominant first half display which could have seen them 5-0 up, at least.
However, it is believed Herrera will not be charged by the FA and the incident was not included in the referees match report.
Herrera also took to social media to defend himself: “I will always fight for my club’s badge, but I always respect every other club crest too.”
The fallout from one of the craziest comebacks, and Manchester derbies, in recent history continues.