United saw off Hull City at the KComm Stadium, losing 2-1 on the night but progressing 3-2 on aggregate, and they’ll now play Southampton at Wembley in the final in March.
But rather than focusing on the positives, or his side’s performance, Mourinho sought to make a point of taunting Wenger, following the Frenchman’s recent disciplinary problems.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the final whistle, via the Metro, he said: “I just want to say congratulations to my players because it was a difficult road to be in the final – and we are in the final.
“I don’t want to say anything else, it’s enough, I’m calm, I behaved on the bench, no send off, no punishment, so no more words.”
The reference to behaving and being sent off was a thinly-veiled dig at Wenger, who was sent to the stands during the weekend’s win over Burnley, before appearing to push the fourth official during a heated argument.
What do you make of his comments? Is he being a bit childish, or is it just classic Mourinho?
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