Mourinho has dig at invisible Chelsea

Jose Mourinho has had a dig at former club Chelsea following their heavy defeat at Manchester United, saying the Blues were invisible throughout the game. Mourinho, now in charge of Italian champions Inter who are due to face Manchester United in the last 16 of the Champions League, led Chelsea to two consecutive league titles during his time at the capital.

He was in the stands to watch United ahead of their opening Champions League clash at the San Siro on February 24, and was clearly unimpressed with his former club's performance as Nemanja Vidic, Wayne Rooney and Dimitar Berbatov inflicted the Blues' worst defeat at Old Trafford since 1993. “I didn't see Chelsea,” said Mourinho, “I saw people from Chelsea before the match, at half-time and after the match. But I didn't see Chelsea on the pitch. I only saw Manchester United. United won and deservedly so.”

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