After Roma’s thrashing by Bodo/Glimt, Jose Mourinho’s eight most humiliating defeats.


Jose Mourinho may have seen a side of his concede six goals for the first time as Roma were comprehensively beaten in the Europa League, but it’s not the first embarrassing scoreline he’s been on the receiving end of

A Jose Mourinho side conceded six goals for the first time as Roma were thrashed by Norway’s Bodo/Glimt – but the Special One has plenty of other humiliating defeats on his record.

The 6-1 capitulation in the Europa League brought about an unwanted record for Mourinho, though it’s one he’s done well to avoid up until now.

His time in the dugout started over 20 years ago and he’s racked up more than 1,000 games during his managerial career.

However, all managers suffer heavy defeats along the way. Brinkwire Sport are taking a look at those games Mourinho would really rather forget.

Manchester United had progressed to the knockout stages of the Champions League where they faced Sevilla, who they drew 0-0 with in the away leg.

All the Red Devils therefore had to do was win at Old Trafford. And they didn’t.

In fact, the Spanish opponents even beat Mourinho’s side, which led him to conduct a 12 minute rant following the match to defend himself from the fierce criticism.

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Harry Kane is one of the world’s best strikers nowadays but back in 2015 he was still finding his feet in the Premier League.

He sent Chelsea and his future boss Mourinho packing when they rolled into White Hart Lane on New Years Day with his brace and three more Spurs goals earning them a destructive London derby win.

And it wasn’t the only humiliating defeat that month…

FA Cup upsets don’t come much bigger than Bradford’s toppling of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

It looked to be a routine fourth round match for the Blues as they took a 2-0 lead through Gary Cahill and Ramires.

But then the League One side struck back to level the game before two late goals secured a remarkable victory and left Mourinho with egg on his face.

Tottenham were hoping Mourinho would work his magic to bring them an elusive trophy and the Europa League looked to be a good chance of that.

They took a 2-0 lead into the second leg of their round of 16 tie with Dinamo Zagreb but their boss took no chances and put out. Brinkwire presents summary news.


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