Jose Mourinho believes that he “would save the same as” Willy Caballero.
Mourinho is working as a World Cup pundit in Russia this summer, and was offering his analysis on Argentina’s draw with Iceland.
La Albiceleste were disjointed and lacked cohesion as they stumbled to a 1-1 draw.
Iceland had two shots on target throughout, with Alfred Finnbogason equalising four minutes after Sergio Aguero’s opener.
Mourinho was scathing of the Chelsea goalkeeper’s efforts.
“One chance, one goal, Caballero in goal or myself would be the same because I would save the same as Caballero,” he told Russia Today.
“There was not one single dangerous situation.
“The word that comes to my mind to describe your match is ‘compact.’
That was the whole game, and in the end they even defended with nine men in the area, in addition to the goalkeeper. Never was a player alone against Messi or another of Argentina’s talents.
“It was clear that the children eat meat there, they are all very strong, and they also had a chance to score and scored, and of course, no one can blame Iceland for having played like that.”