The Portuguese tactician's temper got the better of him once again as he was sent off during Roma's 2-1 loss to Cremonese.

On Tuesday evening, Roma took on Cremonese, a team who had yet to win a single match in Serie A all season. Given that the Giallorossi were on a three match unbeaten streak in the league, the general feeling was that Jose Mourinho's side should be able to get revenge on the struggling team for their shock defeat in the Coppa Italia earlier this month.

Unfortunately for the Lupi, it wasn't to be. Exactly 27 days after their embarrassing 2-1 loss that dumped them out of the Coppa Italia, Mourinho's men lost by the exact same score-line, which means that Roma now have the unpleasant record of being the first team in Serie A to be beaten by the struggling side.

The result clearly angered Mourinho, who received his marching orders after lashing out at officials pretty quickly after the second half started. It marks the third time the highly decorated Portuguese tactician has been sent off in Serie A this season. Notably, Roma were only 1-0 down at this point.

Roma, who now sit in fifth spot, will look to bounce back as they take on Juventus this weekend before turning their attention back to Europa League action against Real Sociedad next week. 

As for Cremonese, this victory marks the first for them in 27 years, so it's safe to say that their fans will be celebrating this result for the next few days. Will it be enought to kick start a late push to avoid the drop? It has happened before, with Crotone managing to do so a few seasons pack, and with still plenty of matches to go between now and the end of the season, it certainly is possible that Cremonese could do the same.