Manchester United FC: Every single one of Jose Mourinho’s home league defeats as a manager revealed

Manchester United FC: Every single one of Jose Mourinho’s home league defeats as a manager revealed

Manchester United FC: Every single one of Jose Mourinho's home league defeats as a manager revealed REAL MADRID 0-1 Sporting de Gijon (April 2, 2011)REAL MADRID 2-3 Real Zaragoza (April 30, 2011)REAL MADRID 1-3 Barcelona (December 10, 2011)CHELSEA 1-2 Sunderland (April 19, 2014)CHELSEA 1-2 Crystal Palace (August 29, 2015)CHELSEA 1-3 Southampton (October 3, 2015)CHELSEA 1-3 Liverpool (October 31, 2015)CHELSEA 0-1 Bournemouth (December 5, 2015)MANCHESTER UNITED 1-2 Manchester City (September 10, 2016)

Mourinho’s managerial career started with Benfica in 2000, but it took a further two years until he lost his first game at home. Porto were down to 10 men inside 25 minutes, and ended the game with nine men, but Beira Mar still had to wait until the 85th minute to score the winning goal. Benni McCarthy and Carlos Paredes pulled Porto level twice after Cristiano Rocha and Fary Faye had made it 1-0 then 2-1 to the visitors, and Faye popped up with the winner five minutes from time to record an historic victory over Mourinho. Bruno Ribeiro and Deco were sent off for the hosts.

There is no denying Jose Mourinho is one of the all-time great football managers.

He has led teams to silverware in multiple countries, and is one of a select group to have won the Champions League with two different clubs.

One of the most impressive things about Mourinho is his exceptional ability to coach teams to avoid defeat, especially at their home stadiums. The Portuguese famously went 150 home league matches without a single defeat between 2002 and 2011.

But, what many people don't know, is that Mourinho has only suffered defeat in 10 home league matches throughout his entire career!

Click the right arrow, above, to find out details about every single one of those 10 games…

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