Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho’s frustration was visible after his team’s 0-0 draw with West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford on Saturday.
He branded one reporter’s line of questioning “silly,” afterwards.
After the game, BBC Sports reporter, Conor McNamara suggested to Mourinho in a postmatch interview that West Brom had been on a similar level to Manchester United despite the home team dominating possession and achieving 18 shots on goal to the visitor’s three.
The Portuguese manager was not impressed with the suggestion.
He said, “You think the game was equal? I can smile win, lose or draw. I am sorry to say, it is a silly question.
“When the team crosses the line once in 90 minutes and when the team is in the opposition half trying and trying and trying, you ask if we were equal?
“One team had the ball, one team didn’t. One team tried to win, the other tried to draw.”