Jose Mourinho's five worst defeats in his managerial career

Jose Mourinho's five worst defeats in his managerial career

Jose Mourinho suffered one of the biggest defeats in his managerial career as AS Roma was thrashed by FK Bodø/Glimt in the Europa Conference League.  

Bodo handed Mourinho the worst defeat of his managerial career to date. Following the 6-1 humiliation, Futaa takes a look at the Special One's worst defeat in teams he has managed. 

Middlesbrough 3-0 Chelsea (2006)

In 2006, Chelsea under Mourinho suffered a shocking defeat to Middlesbrough on their way to the second Premier League title. The Portuguese suffered only two defeats in 62 fixtures in the domestic leagues. 

Borussia Dortmund 4-1 Real Madrid (2013)

Robert Lewandowski was in fine form as he netted a hattrick that ended Mourinho's time in charge at Real Madrid in the Champions League. 

The 4-1 humiliation increased pressure on Mourinho as he sought to win a European Cup. Dortmund advanced to the next stage as Mourinho parted ways with the Los Blancos. 

Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United (2016)

At Manchester United Mourinho suffered one of his biggest defeats, the humiliation coming from his former employers Chelsea. 

Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid (2011)

This was first Mourinho's El Clasico, a day he wishes he could erase in his memory as the Catalans thrashed Madrid 5-0. 

FK Bodø/Glimt 6-1 Roma (2021)

The 6-1 humiliation was the first time a Mourinho side has ever concocted six goals in a fixture.

FK Bodø/Glimt won the Norwegian Eliteserien for the first time in their history last season but were still expected to pose little problem for a Roma side amongst the biggest clubs in the newly-formed Conference League.