London, Mar. 10 ANI | 10 months ago

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho reportedly made a coded reference to Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, calling the team 'kings of penalties.'

Although Suarez wasn't mentioned by name, there was a clear indication to whom Mourinho had targeted.

According to Daily Star, the Chelsea boss went on with his attack, saying that they had a big opportunity in the second minute of the game when other players with other shirts would go for a penalty and a red card for the keeper.

Rather than defending Samuel Eto'o over the controversial and decisive spot-kick that saw Spurs defender Younes Kaboul dismissed, Mourinho went on the attack.

He said that he didn't see a video of Eto'o and the penalty, adding that the kings of penalties weren't in Blues, but somewhere else, pointing to Liverpool's Uruguayan star.

(Posted on 10-03-2014)

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