Jose Mourinho was left very angry by Roma forward Felix Afena-Gyan’s stoppage time red card on Monday night as the 18-year-old was dismissed for what was deemed an intentional handball at the edge of the box.
Afena-Gyan believed he had scored from his ensuing shot to give his side a 3-0 advantage only to turn around from his celebration to see the referee lifting a second yellow in his direction.
The Ghanaian had earlier received a harsh yellow card for a shoulder-to-shoulder challenge after being introduced in the second half.
Mourinho screamed from the touchline lifting his hands in dismay before escorting the player down the tunnel after he received his marching orders.
Mourinho did not comment on Afena-Gyan’s dismissal after the match, however he did criticise the team’s performance despite a 2-0 win over Spezia.
Roma are currently in sixth place in Serie A and sit eight points out of the top four.