Chelsea boss Mourinho denies clinging onto home record

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho insists he wasn't panicking over the prospect of losing his home record ahead of their late equaliser against West Bromwich Albion.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho insists he wasn't panicking over the prospect of losing his home record ahead of their late equaliser against West Bromwich Albion.

Mourinho insists he would not be concerned to see such an impressive statistic consigned to the history books.

"The opposition can think about it, but I don't," the 50-year-old Mourinho said.

"My record is good enough to lose a game and accept it that the record finishes.

"I have a record that I have accumulated with my English football, Italian football and Spanish football - and Portuguese football.

"When I lost that first game at home in Madrid I went to the opposition dressing room to say 'well done for ending my record'. Here I will do the same when that day comes."

 
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