José Mourinho shows off his keeping skills in charity match

The Manchester United manager came on for former England stopper David James in a fund raising match for victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster.

José Mourinho showed that he is a chip off the old block during a charity game for victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy that cost the lives of at least 80 people in London in June.

The Game4Grenfell match was a sell-out in front of 20,000 fans at QPR's Loftus Road, which is less than a mile away from where the disaster took place.

Coming on as a second-half substitute, Mourinho showed a few of the reflexes inherited from his father, José Manuel Mourinho Félix, who played for Vítoria Setúbal and Belenenses, and also stepped up to score a penalty in the decisive shoot-out.


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