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Mourinho's Premier League history in numbers

20 Nov 2019
Jose Mourinho, Premier League Trophy, Chelsea

We take a look at the records of one of the competition's most successful managers as he takes over at Tottenham Hotspur

Jose Mourinho is back in the Premier League after taking over as head coach of Tottenham Hotspur, his third English top-flight club following spells at Chelsea and Manchester United.

Here, we take a look at the key stats from the 56-year-old's incredible PL career so far.

Trophy haul
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Mourinho has won three Premier League titles, collected in two spells with Chelsea, in 2004/05, 2005/06 and 2014/15. He sits joint second on the all-time list, together with Arsene Wenger

Quick off the mark
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The new Spurs head coach is the quickest manager to have recorded both 50 and 100 Premier League victories.

He took 63 matches to reach 50 wins, with Guardiola taking 69, while he notched his 100th triumph in 142 fixtures, 20 quicker than Ferguson.

Double-century target
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Mourinho needs only 10 more wins to join an elite group of managers who have claimed at least 200 Premier League victories.

Ferguson (528), Wenger (476), Harry Redknapp (236) and David Moyes (204) currently have that honour.

Defensive strength
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In his first spell at Chelsea, Mourinho created the meanest defence in Premier League history.

During their 2004/05 title-winning campaign, the Blues conceded only 15 goals and recorded an incredible 25 clean sheets; records that stand to this day.

Points return
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Mourinho has taken charge of 305 PL matches, winning 190 and drawing 70 for a points-per-match ratio of 2.1. That puts him fifth on the all-time list of Premier League managers who have taken charge of 50 matches or more.

See: Mourinho seeking another winning start at West Ham

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