Jose Mourinho appeared to have a boast about his managerial record after leading Roma to their first European final in 31 years on Thursday night.
The Giallorossi overcame Leicester City in the second leg of their UEFA Europa Conference League semi-final to book their ticket to Albania, where they will lock horns with Feyenoord in the final at the Air Albania Stadium in Tirana on 25 May.
Tammy Abraham's first-half header was enough to send Brendan Rodger's side packing, with the Serie A club beating the Foxes 2-1 on aggregate.
When the final whistle was blown on Thursday night, Mourinho burst into tears as he became the first manager to reach the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League and the UECL finals, according to ESPN.
After his men secured the victory, the Portuguese manager lauded the consistency he has shown throughout his time at various clubs.
"I've had the fortune to play in bigger and more prestigious finals than this one," the 59-year-old said, per Complete Sports.
"Over the years I've become less egocentric and more like a father.
"Every club that I coached made a final. That's good.
"We've had a fantastic trajectory to reach the final, we dropped points in Serie A to achieve that, but now we are in the final and we want to win."
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