Barcelona says it is considering taking action with UEFA against Jose Mourinho after the Real Madrid coach hit out at the club and its manager Pep Guardiola following Barca's 2-0 Champions League semifinal victory on Wednesday. (Also Read: Mourinho fumes at referees' Barcelona 'favouritism')
Barcelona says on its website it will make a decision after its legal team analyzes Mourinho's news conference, where the Portuguese coach said Guardiola should feel "ashamed" if his club goes on to win the trophy. (Also Read: Messi strikes sink Madrid)
Lionel Messi scored both goals in Barcelona's first-leg win after Madrid defender Pepe was sent off just after the hour mark.
Barcelona says Mourinho's comments that UEFA is friendly to Barcelona while team sponsor UNICEF may influence decisions were also part of the decision to review.