JOSE MOURINHO has risked punishment by stirring up his Juventus feud.
The Roma boss suggested referees treat Juve better in a sarcastic Instagram post next to photos of two penalty decisions.
Mourinho sparked the row in 2009 when Inter Milan chief – and two spot-kick verdicts in the past three weeks have reignited his wrath for the Old Lady.
Juventus sunk Roma 1-0 on October 17 after a controversial decision robbed Tammy Abraham of an equaliser.
Abraham netted but ref Daniele Orsato had awarded a penalty for a foul on the England striker a split-second earlier.
Ex-Chelsea star Abraham grabbed the ball to take the spot-kick but Jordan Veretout took it off him and saw Wojciech Szczesny save his penalty.
Then on Tuesday Paulo Dybala missed a Juve spot-kick but tucked home a retake given for players encroaching.
Dybala's two goals that night helped see off Zenit St Petersburg 4-2 in the Champions League.
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Mourinho promptly posted freeze-frame shots of the Roma and Juve penalties – with players bursting into the box in both photos.
The ex-Chelsea and Manchester United manager wrote: "One had to be retaken, one hadn’t… Guess which?"
Mourinho must now wait to see if the Italian FA and/or Uefa consider taking action over his social media post.
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