Mourinho throws a water bottle holder as he celebrates Manchester United's goal. Photo: Carl Recine/Reuters

Jose Mourinho destroyed a crate of water bottles celebrating Marouane Fellaini’s last-gasp goal which sent Manchester United through to the last 16 of the Champions League.

Held by Swiss minnows Young Boys at Old Trafford, Fellaini’s winner saw Mourinho kick a tray of drink before picking it up and slamming it into the ground.

His crazy reaction may land him in hot water with Uefa after picking up a one-match touchline ban by the FA in November last year after he booted one water bottle during a game against West Ham at Old Trafford.

But the Special One says he did it out of relief after United had missed a couple of chances to close out the game.

The win sees United trail Juventus by two points in Group H ahead of next month’s trip to Valencia to close the gap and win the pool.

Mourinho worked himself up early in the match after a Marcus Rashford miss, turning to the crowd and shaking his head.

Asked why he went bos, Jose says: “Relief. “Frustration before that. I was not unhappy - I was frustrated we could not score.”

The harregat Portuguese then hit out at his haters, saying: “Let me send a message to my lovers. I play Champions League 14 years and I qualify 14 times.

“The two years I didn’t play Champions League I won Europa League twice.”

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