Brutal, utterly brutal. If Jose Mourinho’s dismissive pre-match comments about Roberto di Matteo’s glorious achievements seemed a little unkind then this was worse, much worse.
And how Mourinho will have savoured it because here was a performance to encapsulate the point he had been trying to make.
Winning the Champions League is all very well, he seemed to say on the eve of the game, but as a manager you can fluke it with a few good players and a bit of luck.
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