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Mourinho was sent to the stands for his gesture towards referee Wolfgang Stark after the defensive midfielder's dismissal and the Portuguese coach concedes his side will find it difficult to progress to the final at Wembley.
As well as being sent off and facing a possible touchline ban from the second leg, Mourinho may be the subject of a Uefa investigation after Barcelona revealed they could report him for suggesting the Catalan club get sympathy for their partnership with Unicef.
The Madrid boss told reporters: "With our strategy we were not going to lose. So why did we? Maybe it’s because advertising Unicef gets you sympathy, maybe having [Spanish Football Federation chief] Villar on Uefa gets you sympathy, or some form of congratulations for being a great football team?"
"I don't know why. All I can do is leave this question and wait to see if there'll be any response."
He added: "The return game is mission impossible.
''Barcelona have qualified for the final. Sometimes I feel disgusted about this football world of ours. Yes, we have already been knocked out.
''No one has any chance against Barca. Where does all this power come from? To win like this is very nasty.
''We had the intention to keep the game at 0-0, then bring on a striker, then a third phase with a No. 10 behind three forwards. But the ref didn't allow it.''
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"I haven't said anything to the referee. I simply laughed and gave some two-finger applause. If I said what I thought, my career would end today," he said.
"I'll give one question. Why? Why Ovrebo, Busacca, Stark? In each semi-final it's the same. We're talking about an absolutely fantastic team. Why didn't Chelsea go to the final? Why were Inter saved by a miracle? At 0-0 I was going to bring Kaka on for Lass."