Jose Mourinho’s Records Against Clubs – All Stats You Need To Know

Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho

Here are the records Jose Mourinho holds against some of the biggest clubs

Can you guess which club has the worst record against Jose Mourinho? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their all time performing stats.

The Portuguese legend is inarguably one of the greatest coaches of all time. This article will tell you about the records Jose Mourinho holds against some of the biggest clubs.

Record against clubs

Liverpool

  • Games – 31
  • Wins – 12
  • Draws – 9
  • Lose – 10
  • Goals – 33

Barcelona

  • Games – 27
  • Wins – 8
  • Draws – 9
  • Lose – 10
  • Goals – 38

Manchester United

  • Games – 24
  • Wins – 10
  • Draws – 9
  • Lose – 5
  • Goals – 32

Manchester City

  • Games – 23
  • Wins – 11
  • Draws – 5
  • Lose – 7
  • Goals – 27

Arsenal

  • Games – 23
  • Wins – 12
  • Draws – 8
  • Lose – 3
  • Goals – 36

Jose Mourinho’s Roma is currently sitting at sixth position in the Serie A with Lazio being only a point ahead of them on the fifth position. On the other side, Liverpool and Manchester City are fighting for the Premier League title.

Jose’s record against Arsenal is quite good as compared to other clubs. Before singing Tottenham in 2019, he managed Manchester United with whom he created history by winning as many titles as he could.

Jose Mourinho’s Titles

  • WORLD’S BEST CLUB COACH X4
  • PREMIER LEAGUE X3
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X2
  • FA CUP X1
  • CARABAO CUP X4
  • LA LIGA X3
  • COPA DEL REY X3
  • SUPERCOPA DE ESPANA X2
  • SERIE A X2
  • COPPA ITALIA X1
  • ITALIAN SUPER CUP X1
  • PORTUGUESE LEAGUE X2
  • PORTUGUESE CUP X2
  • UEFA CUP X1
  • UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE X1
  • UEFA SUPERCUP X1
  • PORTUGUESE SUPER CUP X2
  • FA CUMMUNITY SHIELD X2

Although Roma’s dream of qualifying for UEFA Champions League next season seems over, they must not lose their upcoming games left in Serie A. It’s a matter of respect and to earn that word, they need to show their extreme potential in all aspects.

Talking about the UCL, Manchester City will face Real Madrid in the second leg of the semi-final. However, the game will held at Santiago Bernabeu this time which is the home ground of the Spanish giants.

Real Madrid has won their 35th La Liga title after defeating Espanyol in the title deciding league game. In this process, Carlo Ancelotti has become the only coach to have won league titles in all of the top 5 leagues in Europe.