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Misery continues for Mourinho after Chelsea’s loss

Misery continues for Mourinho after Chelsea’s loss
November 07
20:54 2015

Jose Mourinho was not at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday, but pressure on him mounts after a third straight Barclays Premier League defeat.

With the Portuguese coach serving a one-match stadium ban, Marko Arnautovic converted an acrobatic effort early in the second half.

The defeat, Chelsea’s seventh in the top flight this season, leaves the champions languishing in 16th place with just 11 points from 12 matches.

At Old Trafford, Manchester United secured a hard-fought 2-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion.

United had the better chances of a quiet first half, with Juan Mata sending one effort just wide of the post and Anthony Martial shooting straight at Boaz Myhill.

The deadlock was however broken seven minutes into the second half as Jesse Lingard scored his first for the club, curling an effort past Myhill.

Saido Berahino missed a golden opportunity to equalise for the visitors when he headed over the bar from Craig Dawson’s cross.

United eventually extended their lead when Gareth McAuley brought down Martial in the area, earning a red card in the process, and Mata stepped up to convert the spot-kick.


AFC Bournemouth 0 – 1 Newcastle United

Leicester City 2 – 1 Watford

Manchester United 2 – 0 West Bromwich Albion

Norwich City 1 – 0 Swansea City

Sunderland 0 – 1 Southampton

West Ham United 1 – 1 Everton

Stoke City 1 – 0 Chelsea


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