Watch Tammy Abraham’s incredible reaction to Roma screamer – but Mourinho doesn’t bat an eyelid | The Sun

JOSE MOURINHO and Tammy Abraham had VERY different reactions to Roma's stunning winner over Juventus.

The Giallorossi beat Juve 1-0 on Sunday in a crucial Serie A clash at the Olimpico thanks to Gianluca Mancini's screamer on 53 minutes.

Bryan Cristante found Mancini who fired a powerful shot from 25 yards that gave Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny no chance.

The home fans broke into joy in the stands.

But the Roma dugout was a different story.

Mourinho was getting ready to bring ex-Chelsea ace Abraham on just moments before Mancini's screamer.

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The former Manchester United boss was in discussion with his assistant about their next move while also scribbling into his notepad.

Once Mancini hit Szczesny's bottom right corner, Abraham absolutely popped and started running towards his team-mate to celebrate.

But Mourinho didn't bat an eyelid and just glanced at the pitch before returning to his notebook.

Roma's 1-0 win was a major victory in their chase for second place in the Serie A table.

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Roma are fourth with the same points as reigning Italian champions AC Milan below them.


The Romans are one point below local rivals Lazio and third place.

Mourinho's side are a mere three points away from second-placed Inter Milan.

Juventus, on the other hand, are currently eighth after being slapped with a 15-point deduction earlier this year.

The Turin giants were accused of inflating transfer fees in dealings with other Italian clubs over three seasons to create millions of pounds in “capital gains” for tax purposes.

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