Jose Mourinho won't like how he's portrayed in Manchester City's new Amazon documentary

Jose Mourinho might not be happy when he sees the new Manchester City documentary.

Manchester City have risked enraging Jose Mourinho with their new Amazon documentary series All Or Nothing.

The new show was premiered at a lavish event in Manchester on Wednesday evening with Pep Guardiola and his squad in attendance.

It is billed as a behind-the-scenes look at City’s incredible Premier League title triumph as they became the first team to reach 100 points on their way to lifting the trophy.

Episode two features City’s crucial victory over their derby rivals from December last year, which allegedly ended with a mass brawl in the tunnel at Old Trafford.

Guardiola was filmed telling his players: “You killed them [United] while playing football and even in the bad moments you were there, guys. You were outstanding.

“We travelled there to our neighbours and showed what we are. And you did it, guys, that’s why you deserve all my respect. It’s all in our hands.

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Manchester City won at Old Trafford in December.
Manchester City’s new Amazon Prime series All Or Nothing takes you inside the club

“Only Manchester City can lose the Premier League right now”.

Of course, Mourinho won’t enjoy reliving that defeat.

However, it is the narration, performed by British actor Ben Kingsley, of the episode which will really irritate the Special One as it takes a dig at his unique brand of football.

Kingsley said: “It is Guardiola versus Mourinho once more; possession versus defence; attacking football versus ‘park-the-bus.’”

The cameras also capture City’s travelling fans revelling in the win by singing about the Red Devils manager’s defensive style.

Manchester City say they did not have editorial control over the final cut of the series, although they could veto certain scenes.

The deal to air the series, the first of its kind for a Premier League club, is worth a reported £10million.