Mourinho was asked to replicate his memorable moment on the eve of a UCL last 16 tie at Barcelona in
The Chelsea boss deferred to the UEFA interpreter on his right, suggesting he had the line-ups written down and read out the first five names on the team-sheet.
Asked to read further, Mourinho screwed up the piece of paper.
It was metaphoric, for all season Mourinho has bemoaned the quality of his strike-force.
Again, after lthe weekend loss at Crystal Palace, which saw him concede defeat in the Premier League title race, the Blues boss outlined his intention to overhaul his forward line.
As if to illustrate Chelsea is a comparative pauper to PSG's princes, Mourinho listed the men he considers to be the leading forwards in
Mourinho, who insisted PSG is the favourite to progress to the final four, said: "It's a team full of fantastic strikers and goalscorers and that is what really makes the difference in this level.
"You look to the teams in the top eight at this moment, all of them good teams, good structures, with a certain philosophy, but after that you go and you see (Barcelona's
"They (PSG) have lots of them. At this level it's a very important part of a team."
"I want to play. Yesterday was a beautiful day for me," Azpilicueta said.
"But now I know that my two girls are okay and I came with my head clean to train today, to play tomorrow and to get back with a good result so everyone will be happy."