Arsenal’s fans didn’t like the fact that Chelsea came to the Emirates looking only to avoid a defeat, which would almost certainly hand them the title. The Blues manager didn’t like what he heard: “We are not the boring side, I think boring is 10 years without a title, that’s boring. If you support a club and you wait, wait, wait for so many years without a Premier League title, then that’s boring.Maybe Arsenal’s fans were not singing to us but were actually singing it to their manager. You know, a manager who wants to win a match you don’t take Olivier Giroud off, maybe they want more, maybe they want Giroud and Theo Walcott up front.”
A top football tipster knows that Mourinho’s side have scored 65 goals in 33 games and have a goal difference of +39 so it does seem like they have not been such a boring side after all: “This boring team has got the second highest number of goals and has the best goal difference in the League, and only City have scored more goals than us.” He also decided to avoid talking about the potential three penalties in the fist-half: “I want to forget the penalties because I think the referee Michael Oliver had a very good performance and so did his assistants. They gave a very solid performance so I’m happy with the referee.” The Chelsea manager went on to single out his captain who had one of his best performance ever: “I think today’s was John Terry’s finest performance in the five seasons we have worked together. He had a fantastic performance in my first season, at Highbury, but here everything was clean, reading the game, covering around the game, making interceptions. Today the team was phenomenal but John was one step ahead of everyone and I really don’t know what the fans were singing about.”
A football betting expert analysed the game for us and confirmed that there is a real difference between parking the bus and keeping the ball as today and the Blues kept the ball really well. The visitors performed really well and Arsenal really didn’t do enough, they didn’t put Chelsea under enough pressure to win this match. This season Chelsea have shown that there is more than one way to win a title and throughout the season they have been the better team with few ever really putting them under any real pressure. At the end of the day,Mourinho’s job is to make his owner happy and not worry too much about what anybody else says.When one considers that Arsenal have won just two of their last 13 league clashes with Chelsea drawing three and losing eight, it does seem like the gunners fans are just bitter or even jealous of Mourinho.