Following his team's devastating 6-0 crushing of Arsene Wenger's Arsenal on Saturday, Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho hit back at those critics that have accused him of having a defensive style of play.
"This is a funny story because I have the record of goals in the Spanish league, the record of goals in the Italian league, the record of points in every
league I was in," the Portuguese said after a win he described as “easy.” He added: "I had players winning gold boots and being the top scorer in the country, even in Europe. I really
don't understand where it comes from. If you say my teams have a lot of clean sheets, I say yes. But a lot of clean sheets doesn't mean you are a defensive team. It means you defend well.” Read the original story...