Spanish bakery selling ‘fingers of Mou’ ahead of Supercopa de Espana

Brooks Peck
Dirty Tackle

The two legs of the Supercopa de Espana will be held at the end of the month and to prepare for the rematch of last year's Supercopa match-up between Real Madrid and Barcelona, one Spanish bakery has started selling "fingers of Mou." The chocolate chip fartons (a pastry usually paired with horchata) are named after the digit Jose Mourinho used to jam into eyeball of Barca's new manager, Tito Vilanova, at last year's Supercopa.

Maybe this year, Mourinho will jam one of these into a Vilanova orifice during the inevitable scuffle instead. And hopefully that orifice will be his mouth.

What to Read Next