It's been a difficult start to the season for Manchester United and more importantly Jose Mourinho. The 55 year-old is in his third term as Red Devils boss and it's pretty fair to say that he's a figure that splits opinion. United have won silverware during his tenure and they've improved year-on-year in the Premier League both in terms of league position and points, but his brand of conservative, defensive based football isn't pleasing the numbers that flood into Old Trafford.
Two wins and two defeats from their opening four league games isn't fantastic and Mourinho isn't a happy figure, with him citing a lot of it down to their deficiencies in the summer transfer window - where he missed out on a host of transfer targets. The likes of Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire and Diego Godin were all linked with big money moves to the north west but for whatever reason, they never materialised.
On Saturday night he took a break from club football to go watch England v Spain at Wembley Stadium - possibly keeping an eye on Harry Maguire who once again impressed for the Three Lions. It was an entertaining game at the national stadium, but it contained a bit of embarrassment for the United boss.
When trying to step across some red rope he caught his foot, tripping over in front of several fans and officials at the entrance for Club Wembley. He was helped to his feet by a member of Wembley staff quickly afterwards with a big smile on his face - the first time we've seen one this season!
Watch what happened below! (Video courtesy of @Ladbrokes)