THIS is the incredible moment Jose Mourinho had to be held back by his own sub goalkeeper.
That’s before being booked in Roma’s Europa League final defeat to Sevilla.
The Special One saw his epic unbeaten run in major continental finals come to an end on Wednesday.
But the Italians fluffed their lines as they missed two penalties in the shootout, handing Sevilla a 4-1 win.
And moments before the whistle blew for spot-kicks, Mourinho erupted on the touchline.
Roma midfielder Nemanja Matic went to ground with exhaustion in the Budapest heat.
And it appeared to cause a furious reaction from Sevilla’s bench.
But this in turn wound Mourinho up to his top level, with the Special One launching himself at Sevilla’s staff in a full-blooded tirade.
The Portuguese tactician had to be held back by Roma’s sub goalkeeper Mile Svilar.
And ref Anthony Taylor had to wade in to break things up before handing out a yellow card to Mourinho.
But things ended peacefully as the Special One ended up embracing Sevilla sub Joan Jordan, with the two then clasping hands before walking away.
Even so, Mourinho cut a distraught figure as Roma suffered a heartbreaking penalty defeat.
The Special One appeared to throw his runners-up medal into the crowd before making a swift exit as his players collected their own prizes.
And Mourinho certainly wasn’t anywhere to be seen as Sevilla lifted their seventh Europa League trophy to cap off a rollercoaster season.
He is now being strongly linked with the PSG job.
Speaking after the game, Mourinho said: “I said we’d come out as winners or dead. We are dead, dead of everything, dead of fatigue.
“It is an unfair result with events against us… the referee seemed Spanish, yellows everywhere. Lamela should have been sent off.
“My future? I will go on holiday on Monday. We will speak. I told the owners that I’ll let them know first in case I will open talks with another club”.