Watch Jose Mourinho pat Solskjaer on head after Spurs demolish Man Utd… just like Ole did to him last season

JOSE MOURINHO got his long-awaited revenge on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following Tottenham's 6-1 decimation of Manchester United.

The Portuguese infamously had his head patted 'like a puppy' by his Old Trafford successor during Spurs 2-1 defeat to the Red Devils in December.

After Marcus Rashford's double ended Mourinho's winning run last year, the Special One was involved in a touchline exchange with Solskjaer.

The pair hugged on the touchline after the match but Solskjaer could not resist patting his counterpart patronisingly on the head.

Mourinho was asked about the incident afterwards but played it down, saying: "No one likes to lose the game. But we are all the same, we just want to win games."

Yet it seems the incident had bothered the Spurs chief more than he let on as he ensured he got his revenge 10 months later.

After watching his team sweep six past his former side Mourinho shook Solskjaer's hand before making sure he patted him on the back of the head.

And the subtle moment didn't unnoticed on social media, with one tweeting: "You just knew Mourinho was gonna tap his head."

Another said: "Mourinho never forgets."

A third added: "LMAO Mourinho did his head tap back. I love this man."

It is history for Tottenham, history for my boys and I cannot deny it is also history for me

Another user posted: "Mourinho had that image of Ole patting him on the head burned into his skull for the last 12 months."

Speaking after the match, Mourinho chose instead to focus on the history-making performance for Spurs.

He told MOTD: “It is history for Tottenham, history for my boys and I cannot deny it is also history for me.

"I won many times in this stadium, mostly with Manchester United but also with Chelsea, Real Madrid and now Tottenham.

“It is a victory of the squad, not just the team but the squad. It is a victory of the confidence, the team is so confident. To concede in the first minute we could have been destroyed. I feel very happy, it is an honour for us to have this unique record in this stadium.

“We were the best team. They couldn’t stop us when we were 11 v 11. We were winning already, we were missing chances. The performance was very, very impressive.

"The squad made it, Chelsea, Maccabi and Manchester United – the squad made it. If the squad made it, my club structure made it because that made it possible to have this squad. We came here with fresh legs with some players injured and some in the stands. We can face competitions.

"The message this week was that together and with this squad we can make it."

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