He may have struggled to help Chelsea retain their title this season, but Jose Mourinho was back in London to see another sports star g...
He may have struggled to help Chelsea retain their title this season, but Jose Mourinho was back in London to see another sports star gain a title of his own on Saturday night.
The out of work manager was pictured ringside as Anthony Joshua beat Charles Martin inside two rounds to become heavyweight champion of the world.
Mourinho then posed with Joshua after he had been presented with his belt - despite having looked less than enthusiastic during the fight itself.
There were also a string of Premier League stars past and present to watch the Nigerian born Britain's latest world champion take his title.
Andros Townsend, fresh from a goal in Newcastle's defeat by Southampton, was ringside, as was West Ham captain Mark Noble, who was involved in his side's draw with Arsenal earlier in the day. The Hammers co-chairman David Sullivan was also there, alongside actor Tamer Hassan.
Watford striker Troy Deeney was another star who was at the fight having played today, as was Aston Villa's Scott Sinclair, while Sportsmail columnist and former Liverpool and Spurs midfielder was also spotted, alongside comedian Jack Whitehall.
|Watford captain and Odion Ighalo's strike partner Troy Deeney|