Jose Mourinho is reunited with his former coach Steve Clarke before kick-off.

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The spot-kick was awarded in injury time for what appeared a fair shoulder challenge

Aitor Karanka was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Real Madrid last season

Next Crystal Palace manager: Jose Mourinho’s assistant at Real Madrid Aitor Karanka to fly in for talks

Crystal Palace are set to hold more talks with Jose Mourinho’s former assistant at Real Madrid on Monday as they step up their search for a replacement for Ian Holloway.

City manager Manuel Pellegrini looks on with satisfaction from the City bench

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Eden Hazard has been criticised by Jose Mourinho for losing his passport but the Chelsea manager insists they will now move on from the incident

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho slams Eden Hazard for losing passport but insists both club and player will now move on

Hazard will return for the Blues this weekend when they take on West Brom but Mourinho has confirmed that he missed training on Monday after losing his passport in France

Steve Clarke

Chelsea v West Brom: Steve Clarke prepares to face former boss Jose Mourinho for the first time as a manager

The Baggies boss worked under the Special One during Mourinho's first spell in charge

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Samuel Eto'o blocks the kick of Timo Hildebrand, which rebounded into the net for the opening goal

Chelsea 3 Schalke 0 match report: Samuel Eto'o takes his chance to shoot down German side

Cameroon striker scores twice after coming in to starting line-up to replace the injured Fernando Torres

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Chelsea v Schalke: Onus on Blues warns Gary Cahill

Chelsea are looking to bounce back following defeat to Newcastle at the weekend

Alvaro Negredo tucks home City’s third

Manchester City 5 CSKA Moscow 2 match report: Alvaro Negredo hat-trick and Sergio Aguero double sends City through and Russian fans packing

Ever since Malcolm Allison declared that his club would now hurl themselves on “the cowards of Europe” and promptly got himself knocked out in the first round by Fenerbahce, the European Cup has cast its shadow over Manchester City.

Fernando Torres (right) had to come off against Newcastle

Chelsea v Schalke: Jose Mourinho confirms Fernando Torres will miss Champions League tie

The striker picked up a muscular injury in the defeat to Newcastle

FC Basle winger Mohamed Salah has emerged as a transfer target for Tottenham

Talent Scout: Mohamed Salah - the hero against Chelsea who could become a star in Europe

Tottenham and Inter Milan have been linked with a move for the Basel player

Bayern Munich celebrate with the European Cup at Wembley in May

European super league involving Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid 'will be a reality' in five years

Galatasary chairman makes bold claim that a new competition will soon exist - and the clubs earmarked to be involved will support it

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino at Old Trafford

Financial Fair Play policy unfair on smaller clubs claim chairmen of Chelsea and Southampton

The system implemented by Uefa simply maintains the status quo

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres

'They never talk about the good things': Fernando Torres feels he's been unfairly treated since his £50m move from Liverpool to Chelsea

The Spanish striker admits he must do more to justify his British record transfer fee

FC Basle winger Mohamed Salah has emerged as a transfer target for Tottenham

Transfer news: Tottenham could continue spending with January move for FC Basle winger Mohamed Salah - reports

Spurs have already spent over £100m thanks to the money generated from the sale of Gareth Bale, and they are reported to be interested in the 21-year-old Egyptian

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