Ramos laughs at Mourinho during the UEFA Super Cup tie
Champions League By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 10/08/2017
Sergio Ramos 'laughs at Jose Mourinho' as Manchester United boss argues with the referee after Super Cup defeat in Skopje, Macedonia.The Real Madrid defender allegedly giggled at the Portuguese following United's 2-1 defeat.Sergio Ramos laughs at Jose Mourinho as the Manchester United boss argues with the referee after the UEFA Super Cup defeat in Skopje Macedonia.Related: Mourinho blames Ronaldo for Manchester United defeatReal Madrid defeated Manchester United 2-1 to win and defend the title they won last year against Sevilla in Norway.
Pic Credit: (El Chiringuito TV)The defender was happy with the win over his Former Boss team on Tuesday, he did hesitate to hide his feelings he was filmed laughing at the Portuguese manager who was busy arguing with the match officials.The event was captured by the Spanish Channel Chiringuito TV spotted the Los Blancos star giggling, though it is unclear if Ramos was laughing at his former boss or he is simply enjoying the moment.Related: What Hazard told Zidane after the Super Cup winSpeaking to BT Sport after the game, Mourinho outlined his frustration, saying: "With a good VAR it would be 1-1 and extra time."I think they could score more goals than they did, and we could score more goals than we did."I think they had a period of dominance in the middle of the first half. We had a period of dominance in the middle of second half, and the rest was balanced."We were playing against a team full of fantastic players, but we discussed the result until almost the end."Then Cristiano came on and the referee wanted to show the respect for this amazing player. Every time Cristiano wanted it, the ref blew for a free-kick and the game was stopped. But we gave them a good fight."Manchester United will play against West Ham in their Premier League opener while Real Madrid will face Barcelona for the Spanish Super Cup in Camp Nou and the reverse of the fixture will be played in Santiago Bernabeu.