Roma boss Mourinho has sparked a feud with the rival club after his side were unable to re-take a spot kick despite encroachment in the penalty area, whereas Juventus in a similar situation were permitted to do so.
The fiery Portuguese boss compared the two still images side by side, writing: ‘One had to be retaken, one hadn’t… guess which.’
Jose Mourinho has risked a huge fine with a social media post suggesting Juventus get favourable treatment from Italian officials
The Portuguese boss compared the encroachment to a decision Juve got in their following match – in which Paulo Dybala was permitted to re-take and score the spot kick
Mourinho flagged up an example of his Roma side not being allowed to re-take a penalty
After gaining over half a million ‘likes’ Mourinho left the post up on his social media page, despite numerous comments telling him it would likely result in a fine or possibly a touchline ban.
Roma’s Jordan Veretout missed the penalty in question against Juventus, despite several players flooding into the box before the ball was kicked, but there was no retake determined by the officials.
Roma lost the controversial match to their bitter rivals as a result. Striker Tammy Abraham had netted for Roma but referee Daniele Orsato had awarded a penalty for a foul on the England striker a split-second earlier.
The abrasive Mourinho is now waiting to learn whether he will be fined by the Italian FA
It was this penalty which would be missed, and not granted a re-take.
Juve would then going on to have a similar penalty situation themselves in the following match.
Paulo Dybala stepped up to take a spot-kick for Juve and was permitted a re-take following numerous bodies encroaching into the area, much to Mourinho’s fury.
Mourinho has previous with Juve, after sparking a row with the club in 2009 when manager of Inter Milan.
Mourinho accused Juve of getting favourable treatment from officials in the division, before going on to beat the Old Lady to the Serie A title.