After the game against Basel, an upset Jose Mourinho told BT, the following: “Three points are important when you start the group phase at home. Until 2-0 we were very stable, with confidence and patience, with good choices, played quite well. ”After that everything changed. We stopped to think, we stopped playing simple, we stopped making the right decisions on the pitch and we could have put ourselves in trouble “But they didn’t score. We tried to play fantasy football, tricks, and when you stop to play seriously I don’t like it. You gamble a bit. Maybe they felt the game was under control. But football is football, you have to respect opponents.” Some are already saying these are the early signs of a Jose meltdown (he pushes and pushes his boys until someone or something snaps) while your regular guy sees it as a manager demanding total commitment and full concentration from his team. What do you make of Jose's comments? Do you agree with him?