Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho in his own words - 'Two horses and a little horse that still needs milk and to learn how to jump'
The colourful character is back to his best following the 1-0 win at Manchester City
Jose Mourinho has been praised for orchestrating an impressive 1-0 victory over Premier League favourites Manchester City on Monday night, dealing them their first home league defeat of the season.
But immediately after the match, the Portuguese was keen to play down their title hopes, and went as far as to describe rivals City and Arsenal as the two "big horses" in the title chase, with Chelsea currently a "little horse that still needs milk and to learn how to jump".
Of course, this isn't the first time that Mourinho has lit up the back pages with his comments, and we're just happy to go along for the ride as we take a look at the Special One's words of wisdom.
Re-cap on Mourinho's greatest quotes of his career below...
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