Jose Mourinho ‘snubs Frank Lampard handshake’ after Chelsea beat Tottenham

Jose Mourinho has been accused of “snubbing” Frank Lampard’s handshake after Tottenham’s loss to Chelsea.

The Portuguese boss saw his former side win 2-1 at Stamford Bridge against the north London side.

Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso both got on the scoreboard to give the Blues a cushion in the top four.

But the most controversial moment came on the hour when Giovani Lo Celso’s stamp on Cesar Azpilicueta was judged to be non violent conduct by VAR – before saying they were wrong during the game.

And footage has emerged which appears to show Mourinho was very unhappy with the result.

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In the clip, the full time whistle has gone at Stamford Bridge, with the crowds celebrating.

Lampard punches the air in wild celebration before making his way over to the Spurs dugout.

Amid the crowd, Mourinho can be seen at the back.

And the Portuguese manager is trying to get down the tunnel as quickly as possible, moving away from the Blues boss.

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All Lampard can do is continue to work his way down the coaching team.

This footage has been viewed thousands of times since it was posted on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

And fans think the former Chelsea boss snubbed his heir.

“Mourinho throwing his toys out of the pram and not shaking Lampard’s hand,” one said.

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Another commented: “The Special one is p***ed.”

While a third laid into the Spurs boss.

“He’s always had a bad attitude,” they said.

“Sometimes it’s funny but other times not so much.”

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A fourth even sent a warning, with: “Mourinho is finished.”

But others gave Mourinho the benefit of the doubt.

“Maybe he did and we didn’t see it because of the camera,” a fifth wrote.

While another added: “He definitely did.”

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