New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho celebrated Portugal’s Euro 2016 final victory in his pyjamas in the Lowry Hotel in Manchester on Sunday night.
Mourinho, who is currently readying his Manchester United players for the new Premier League season, held a Portugal scarf up as Cristiano Ronaldo and Co lifted their first international trophy.
The Portuguese posted a picture of himself holding the scarf on his Instagram account with a caption, which read ‘if you want to visit the country of the European champions visit Portugal’.
It capped off a particularly busy day for the United manager who had been at Wimbledon hours earlier.
Mourinho was pictured in the Centre Court crowd as Andy Murray beat Milos Raonic to win his second Wimbledon men’s singles title.
And when the 53-year-old returned from SW19, he settled down to his watch his country try to win their first European Championship.
Indeed, Fernando Santos’ side secured Portugal their first piece of silverware with a 1-0 victory in extra-time against France in the Stade de France.
Portugal withstood a large amount of French pressure, particularly in the second half as Didier Deschamps’ side threatened after Cristiano Ronaldo had been forced off with injury in the first 45 minutes.
Antoine Griezmann went close with a free header and Andre-Pierre Gignac hit the post with the end of 90 minutes looming.
Portugal began to attack more as the game went to extra-time and they sealed the final with 11 minutes left.
Eder, who replaced Renato Sanches in the 78th-minute, shrugged off Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny before firing past Hugo Lloris from 30 yards.