Chelsea are six points clear at the top of the Premier League table after 12 games and are unbeaten in 19 matches in all competitions this season, but boss Jose Mourinho refuses to allow complacency to set in. The Blues are widely tipped to romp away with the title, but Mourinho is adamant his squad will not get ahead of themselves. "Complacency is not a risk we have," he said.
"It's not a profile of this group in this moment. We have all the other risks. The risks that belong to football - the risk of a bad period, injuries, unlucky matches, other teams growing up and becoming stronger.
"We were winning 5-0 against Schalke and in minute 88 Eden Hazard made a sprint to defend. There was a clear evolution and I don't think the group as a group can be complacent."
"In this moment it's so easy to have non-truths circulating, it's so easy that some people put news without confirming it. Obviously, it's not true."
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