Photo: Mourinho and Harry Kane feature in England v Portugal

Mourinho leaves his house in London

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was in attendance on a night which could have seen Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane decapitated.

Referee Marco Guida shows a red card to Portugal's Bruno Alves

England laboured to a 1-0 win over Portugal at Wembley on Thursday as Roy Hodgson's men flattered to deceive ahead of Euro 2016.

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling bagged the winner on 85 minutes against a Portugal side who played some 55 minutes with 10 men, with Bruno Alves given a straight red card for a horrendous challenge on Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane.

The towering Fenerbahce defender might have momentarily scared Tottenham and England fans with the careless of the studs-up challenge on the 22-year-old marksman.

Portugal's Bruno Alves fouls England's Harry Kane before being sent off

Meanwhile, newly-appointed Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was also in attendance.

The Portuguese, who was named as Louis van Gaal's successor last week, watched on from the stands with an expression which more or less encapsulated the tepid affair.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho watches from the stands

The former Chelsea manager might have only turned up to watch John Stones in action, with the Everton defender being linked with a big-money move to Manchester United this summer.

Mourinho went as high as £37 million to prise him from Goodison Park last August, but it was not enough to make the Toffees want to part company with the highly-rated defender.

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