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Not happy, Jose? Watch Mourinho's incredible reaction after being told Raheem Sterling had already been booked before 'diving' incident involving Hugo Lloris Jose Mourinho was already angry Raheem Sterling had not been sent off Sterling trampled on Dele Alli's ankle in the first half and was then booked But Mourinho believes Sterling should later have been cautioned for simulation  Sterling went down after apparently clashing with Spurs captain Hugo Lloris 

By Kishan Vaghela For Mailonline

Published: 20:00 GMT, 2 February 2020 | Updated: 20:01 GMT, 2 February 2020

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The touchline is never a dull place when Jose Mourinho is in attendance and the Portuguese's latest incredible reaction from the sidelines drew much attention on Sunday as his Tottenham side beat Manchester City.

Raheem Sterling had already been booked for a reckless challenge on Dele Alli - a challenge which itself left Mourinho fuming after he believed the England international was lucky not to see red.

But Mourinho was once again left incensed after the crazy penalty incidents at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, believing that Sterling should definitely have received a second yellow for simulation.

Jose Mourinho gave an incredible reaction after Raheem Sterling allegedly dived

Jose Mourinho gave an incredible reaction after Raheem Sterling allegedly dived

The Tottenham manager was reminded by his assistant that Sterling had already been booked

The Tottenham manager was reminded by his assistant that Sterling had already been booked 

The Portuguese subsequently charged towards the fourth official and started to protest

The Portuguese subsequently charged towards the fourth official and started to protest

After Graham Scott stepped away, Mourinho turned his protests towards referee Mike Dean

After Graham Scott stepped away, Mourinho turned his protests towards referee Mike Dean

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