The Portuguese was delighted by his side’s performance at Swansea City.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has hailed his side’s ‘perfect’ performance as they won 5-0 at Swansea City on Saturday afternoon, report Goal, but has insisted that the Blues must turn their displays into trophies if they are to be remembered as a great team.
The Blues have put in some indifferent performances away from Stamford Bridge of late, but that was never an issue in South Wales as Mourinho’s side swarmed all over Swansea and found themselves four goals to the good by half time.
Whilst Mourinho was gushing in his praise of his side’s display, however, he also insisted that they must translate their exciting performances into silverware come the end of the season:
“We were perfect. Everything went in our direction.”
“The first half was very good. We were solid and recovered the ball in good positions. The decisions we made with the ball were good decisions. I’m happy with the points and quality of our football.”
“The team still has to win cups in order to be remembered in 20 years. They are trying to the limit to make history.”