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Jose Mourinho is back winning again and he looks to be loving life at Roma, getting stuck-in to a delicious pizza en-route home from a thumping win down south.

Roma look poised for a strong campaign after firing seven goals in back-to-back victories to begin the Serie A season, 11 years since Mourinho left Italy with the Champions League and Scudetto under his arms.

Tammy Abraham stuck again as the Giallorossi thumped newly-promoted Salernitana 4-0 down in the Campania region.

Mourinho certainly enjoyed the performance, tucking into some mouth-watering pizzas alongside his staff as reward on the train back to the Italian capital.

‘After a beautiful victory, nothing better than a special pizza,’ the former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager wrote on Instagram.

Lorenzo Pellegrini fired a double with Jordan Veretout the other scorer as Mourinho continued a winning start with his new team.

Abraham has made a storming start in Italy since his £34m move from Chelsea, bagging two assists and a goal in the match – after also setting-up two last weekend as well.

His tenure with Spurs ended in disaster after being sacked just days before the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City.

That spelled the end of Mourinho’s drive for one more Premier League title, failing in north London much like he did in the north-west with Manchester United.

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Now he’s switched his focus back to Italy, the scene of one of his greatest achievements.

Mourinho spent only two seasons with Inter Milan but ruthlessly dominated, lifting back-to-back Scudetto’s and the Champions League in his final year – before being poached by the mighty Real Madrid.

The post Jose enjoys post victory pizza groove as Tammy delivers appeared first on Sporting Life.

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