AS Roma manager, Jose Mourinho flare up at referee and was shown a red card during his side’s Serie A encounter against Atalanta on Sunday afternoon, Newspremises reports.
Mourinho was shown a red card for storming the pitch during a penalty appeal protest as Roma faced Atalanta.
Roma were sink in the 35 minutes of the match thanks to Giorgio Scalvini’s strike.
The 18-year-old picked up the ball just outside of Roma’s box, composed himself, and then struck a beautiful curled effort into the bottom corner.
That was his first goal of the season and just the second goal he has scored in his professional career.
When Roma were not given a penalty in the second half, tempers exploded.
After a fight with Caleb Okoli, Nicolo Zaniolo collapsed inside the box.
The Roma midfielder felt that Atalanta should have received a penalty kick for the foul, but the referee decided otherwise.
Mourinho stormed onto the field and erupted in wrath, clearly not pleased at all.
He screamed at the referee and had to be held back by security. After receiving a red card, he was compelled to move to the stands.
Mourinho will no longer be permitted to accompany his team on their October 1 trip to San Siro to play Inter Milan.
Consequently, Mourinho won’t be in charge of his team when they take on his previous club.
As a result, Mourinho won’t be in charge of his team when they play their previous team.
Throughout his time at Roma, Mourinho received several red cards.
In February, he was dismissed against Verona and given a two-game suspension for gesturing at the referee.
The 59-year-old also received a red card in a 2021 exhibition game against Real Betis.
Atalanta maintained their lead and earned all three points while Roma was unable to produce an equalizer.
Atalanta has risen to the top of the Serie A standings and has not lost in any of their first seven games of the season.
Seventh-placed Roma are four points adrift of the league’s top teams.