Jose Mourinho’s bottle-smashing celebration was ‘totally wrong’, says former star

first_img 2 “And then he’s questioning the people in the studio and saying they don’t understand it – they’re ex-players!“They’ve had those moments when they want to win a game, they’re chasing that big bonuses, to get something that hasn’t materialised in 90 minutes and in the first minute of added time you get it – they’ve had those massive highs.“But they wouldn’t run to the touchline and start bashing around bottles to show it – you just don’t do that.”Listen to a clip of Paul Parker on talkSPORT above! Jose Mourinho endured a frustrating 90 minutes from the Man United dugout However, his violent celebration hasn’t gone down well with a number of former players and pundits, with Parker branding it ‘embarrassing’ and ‘totally wrong’.EXCLUSIVE: Mourinho showing signs of ‘anxiety and over-arousal’ – Sports psychotherapist on Man United boss’ body languageAsked for his reaction to Mourinho’s behaviour, the former Red Devil told talkSPORT host Jim White: “Shock and embarrassment to be perfectly honest.“To react like that as a manager, it’s wrong. It’s totally, totally wrong.“There’s no excuse for that. Former Manchester United star Paul Parker has blasted manager Jose Mourinho for his bottle-smashing celebration during Tuesday night’s Champions League victory over Young Boys.The Red Devils boss celebrated Marouane Fellaini’s match winning injury-time goal by picking up a water bottle carrier and hurling it to the floor.Mourinho said following the game he lost it on the touchline through sheer relief, having squirmed through 90 minutes watching his team waste chance after chance. 2 Mourinho was animated on the touchline throughout the Champions League clash last_img read more