Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge

In his first spell as Blues boss from 2004 to 2008, the Portuguese turned the Bridge into a fortress as we did not suffer a home defeat in his first 60 games in charge, winning 46 and drawing 14.

Indeed, his good record on our ground continued after he returned in 2013 for his second tenure as manager and it was not until our penultimate home match of the 2013/14 season that he finally tasted defeat in SW6 as a 2-1 loss to Sunderland ended his unbeaten streak at 77 games.

Normal service resumed in 2014/15 as we went unbeaten on our own patch, winning 15 and drawing four en route to lifting the title and a 2-2 draw with Swansea in our opening match of 2015/16 made it 76 wins, 22 draws and one defeat in Jose’s first 99 league games at the Bridge.

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