OK "who would like to play for Chelsea next week"? pic.twitter.com/tW57xhuncs— David Gold (@davidgold) October 24, 2015
David Gold pulled no punches on Twitter after West Ham United's 2-1 win over Chelsea on Saturday afternoon.
The east London side's co-owner only made a light-hearted joke at Jose Mourinho's expense but, on a scale of 1-10, his level of gloating easily surpassed 100!
Indeed, as the above tweet shows, Gold poked fun at Mourinho's situation by pretending he asked West Ham youngsters if they wanted to play for Chelsea.
Mauro Zarate gave the Hammers a first-half lead against the Blues, who had a Kurt Zouma 'goal' disallowed by goal-line technology and also saw Nemanja Matic red carded & Jose Mourinho sent to the stands.
Gary Cahill hit back but Andy Carroll popped up to head home the winner in the second half. The victory briefly lifted West Ham up to second in the Premier League table, although Arsenal's 2-1 win over Everton during Saturday's late kick-off pushes the Irons down to third.
Still, it's no bad place to be. And, unfortunately for Mourinho, it's a little higher than Chelsea are placed right now after yet another memorable West Ham win.