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The Chelsea boss was banned from attending Chelsea's match at Stoke City on Saturday but he made a surprise appearance in London's Leicester Square for his compatriot's big night

 One might have expected Jose Mourinho to be lying low right now, but the under-fire Chelsea boss has never been one to shy away from the limelight. 

Perhaps, then, it was inevitably that the Portuguese would turn up for the premiere of compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo's new movie on Monday.

Mourinho, who was banned from attending Chelsea's Premier League loss to Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday, was invited to Leicester Square for the first screening of the documentary charting a year in the life of the Real Madrid ace, despite reports that the pair's relationship became strained during Mourinho's time in charge at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Mourinho was not the only big name from the world of football in attendance, with Ronaldo's former boss at Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, also gracing the red carpet.
Elsewhere, Gary Neville conducted an interview with his old team-mate, while another ex-Red Devil, Louis Saha, also made an appearance.

There were no shortage of celebrities either, with the likes of Olivia Wayne and Melanie Sykes adding some glitz and glamour to a special night for Ronaldo, who was joined at the event by his son and mother.

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