Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has beaten every single Premier League team he’s faced as a manager after Manchester United’s stunning 2-0 victory over Chelsea.
The Red Devils outclassed Mourinho’s former club on Sunday and, while the result could help shake up the top of the table, it also serves to complete the Portuguese’s Premier League ledger.
That the mark was set in a game against the club who employed him for two successful stints will only add to the delight for Mourinho.
He had suffered this season against the club where he was a three-time champion, losing 4-0 in the league at Chelsea and also going out of the FA Cup quarter-final at Stamford Bridge.
The Portuguese was not to be denied this time as Marcus Rashford, paired with Jesse Lingard up front while a jaded Zlatan Ibrahimovic was rested, finished coolly after seven minutes and Ander Herrera – detailed to do a brilliant man-marking job on Eden Hazard – saw his shot deflected in off Kurt Zouma four minutes after the break.
Zouma was a late replacement for Marcos Alonso, who pulled out in the warm-up, but Chelsea can offer no excuses here as they were second best throughout. Tottenham now trail them by four points with six games to go and have the superior goal difference.