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Will Jose's Unbeaten Home Record Be Beaten In La Liga This Season?

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The Portuguese gaffer is currently on an incredible eight-and-a-half-year unbeaten home run and will be eager to hold on to his unbeaten home status at the Bernabeu. His last home league defeat came when Porto were defeated 3–2 by Beira Mar on 23 February 2002.

PORTO

2001-02

Alverca 0-0

Gil Vicente 2-1

Vitoria Guimaraes 3-0

Santa Clara 5-3

2001-02 Season Home League Record (starting with the first match of Mourinho's unbeaten run)

Played 4

Won 3

Drawn 1

Lost 0

Trophies: -

2002-03

Belenenses 2-2

Gil Vicente 3-1

Maritimo Funchal 1-0

Benfica 2-1

Nacional Madeira 5-2

Academica Coimbra 4-1

Pacos Ferreira 2-1

Sporting Braga 3-0

Boavista 1-0

Vitoria Guimaraes 2-1

Beira Mar 3-0

Uniao Leiria 2-0

Vitoria Setubal 3-0

Moreirense 2-1

Santa Clara 5-0

Varzim 3-2

Sporting Lisbon 2-0

2002-03 Home record

Played 17

Won 16

Drawn 1

Lost 0

Trophies: Portuguese League, Portuguese Cup, UEFA Cup

2003-04

Sporting Braga 2-0

Sporting Lisbon 4-1

Benfica 2-0

Academica Coimbra 4-1

Nacional Madeira 1-0

Gil Vicente 4-1

Beira Mar 3-0

Rio Ave 1-0

Estrela Amadora 2-0

Uniao Leiria 2-1

Vitoria Guimaraes 3-0

Belenenses 4-1

Boavista 1-0

Moreirense 1-0

Maritimo Funchal 1-0

Alverca 1-0

Pacos Ferreira 3-1

2003-04 Season Home League Record

Played 17

Won 17

Drawn 0

Lost 0

Trophies: Portuguese League, Portuguese Supercup, Champions League

CHELSEA

2004-05

Manchester United 1-0

Southampton 2-1

Tottenham Hotspur 0-0

Liverpool 1-0

Blackburn Rovers 4-0

Everton 1-0

Bolton Wanderers 2-2

Newcastle United 4-0

Norwich City 4-0

Aston Villa 1-0

Middlesbrough 2-0

Portsmouth 3-0

Manchester City 0-0

West Bromwich Albion 1-0

Crystal Palace 4-1

Birmingham City 1-1

Arsenal 0-0

Fulham 3-1

Charlton Athletic 1-0

2004-05 Season Home League Record

Played 19

Won 14

Drawn 5

Lost 0

Trophies: English Premier League, League Cup

2005-06

Arsenal 1-0

West Bromwich Albion 4-0

Sunderland 2-0

Aston Villa 2-1

Bolton Wanderers 5-1

Blackburn Rovers 4-2

Newcastle United 3-0

Middlesbrough 1-0

Wigan Athletic 1-0

Fulham 3-2

Birmingham City 2-0

Charlton Athletic 1-1

Liverpool 2-0

Portsmouth 2-0

Tottenham Hotspur 2-1

Manchester City 2-0

West Ham United 4-1

Everton 3-0

Manchester United 3-0

2005-06 Season Home League Record

Played 19

Won 18

Drawn 1

Lost 0

Trophies: English Premier League, Community Shield

2006-07

Manchester City 3-0

Charlton Athletic 2-1

Liverpool 1-0

Aston Villa 1-1

Portsmouth 2-1

Watford 4-0

West Ham United 1-0

Newcastle United 1-0

Arsenal 1-1

Reading 2-2

Fulham 2-2

Wigan Athletic 4-0

Blackburn Rovers 3-0

Middlesbrough 3-0

Sheffield United 3-0

Tottenham Hotspur 1-0

Manchester United 0-0

Bolton Wanderers 2-2

Everton 1-1

2006-07 Season Home League Record

Played 19

Won 12

Drawn 7

Lost 0

Trophies: FA Cup, League Cup

2007-08

Birmingham City 3-2

Portsmouth 1-0

Blanckburn Rovers 0-0

2007-08 Season Home League Record (until Mourinho's departure on 20 September 2007)

Played 3

Won 2

Drawn 1

Lost 0

Trophies: -

INTER

2008-09

Catania 2-1

Lecce 1-0

Bologna 2-1

Genoa 0-0

Udinese 1-0

Juventus 1-0

Napoli 2-1

Chievo 4-2

Cagliari 1-1

Sampdoria 1-0

Torino 1-1

Milan 2-1

Roma 3-3

Fiorentina 2-0

Reggina 3-0

Palermo 2-2

Lazio 2-0

Siena 3-0

Atalanta Bergamo 4-3

2008-09 Season Home League Record

Played 19

Won 14

Drawn 5

Lost 0

Trophies: Serie A, Supercoppa Italiana

2009-10

Bari 1-1

Parma 2-0

Napoli 3-1

Udinese 2-1

Catania 2-1

Palermo 5-3

Roma 1-1

Fiorentina 1-0

Lazio 1-0

Siena 4-3

Milan 2-0

Cagliari 3-0

Sampdoria 0-0

Genoa 0-0

Livorno 3-0

Bologna 1-0

Juventus 2-0

Atalanta Bergamo 3-1

Chievo 4-3

2009-10 Season Home League Record

Played 19

Won 15

Drawn 4

Lost 0

Trophies: Serie A, Coppa Italia, Champions League

REAL MADRID

2010-11

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If YES against who? The top teams are too competitive for him not to imo

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Sick record but I recall him losing to a Darren Bent inspired Charlton Athletic in the League Cup. True say it was on pens.

Didn't Chelsea lose to Barca as well in the European Cup?

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Yeah was thinking the same, he will def lose it this year, prob to Bilbao or similar team

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Sick record but I recall him losing to a Darren Bent inspired Charlton Athletic in the League Cup. True say it was on pens.

Didn't Chelsea lose to Barca as well in the European Cup?

hahah

He said it didnt count lol

Plus it was a league cup, his record is for league games

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madrids home record last season>

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who remembers when Arsenal went a whole season undefeated

good times

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lol still jokes when you talk about Football, yuo have grown on these forums, all we need now is Brisco talking about it

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Baff how males cannot like football TBH

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lol still jokes when you talk about Football, yuo have grown on these forums, all we need now is Brisco talking about it

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Baff how males cannot like football TBH

yeh i didn't follow football untill near the end of last season..this season has just started and i wonder how i ever lived without it..1 of the highlights of my week

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He gets straight ratings for that record

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MADRID — Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho saw his infamous 150 game league home record come to an end with unfashionable Sporting Gijon defeating his side 1-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday to put a huge dent in their title hopes.

Miguel de las Cuevas stunned Real with a 78th minute winner as Mourinho lost his first home league match in over nine years with his last loss back in February 2003 when his FC Porto side lost 2-1 at home to Beira Mar.

Real, who had won their previous 14 home league matches this season, stay five points behind arch rivals Barcelona in the Spanish first division and the champions can open that advantage to eight points with victory at Villarreal later on Saturday.

"It was three crucial points that we have lost and there aren't many more points to play for," said Madrid defender Sergio Ramos.

"We had people missing but I don't think the team can be faulted. The attitude was fantastic but the ball just didn't want to go in tonight."

The return of Argentine international forward Gonzalo Higuain, out of action with a back problem since late November, was the only positive on a terrible night for Real, who must pick themselves up for Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg against Tottenham Hotspur at the Bernabeu.

Madrid were without top-scorer Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Marcelo through injury and spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso was also missing through suspension.

In the first minute after Portuguese centre-back Ricardo Carvalho had the ball in the net, however, the effort was ruled out for a foul.

Sporting had the better chances in a disappointing first half with Andre Castro firing just over on 35 minutes after a training ground routine from a corner kick.

A mix-up between Real goalkeeper Iker Casillas and his defenders almost allowed Nacho Novo to score, but the hosts averted the danger.

The big sides often struggle after the exertion of international games and Madrid were lacklustre but started the second half with some much-needed urgency.

Mourinho acted in the 56th minute introducing Argentine striker Higuain, who had not played since November 20 due to back trouble that saw him undergo surgery in January.

Just three minutes after coming on Higuain, who scored the winning goal in the 1-0 win at Gijon, had a clear opening but his fierce shot was straight at the goalkeeper.

Real were pressing but then conceded a shock goal with de las Cuevas receiving a cut back on 78 minutes and the former Atletico Madrid man drilled a low shot past Casillas.

On 82 minutes Khedira somehow failed to equalise metres from goal as Sporting breathed a huge sigh of relief while Mourinho was left visibly furious on the touchline.

Emmanuel Adebayor and Higuain missed chances in a frantic finale as Sporting held on to become the first team to win at the Bernabeu this season and end Mourinho's historic home run.

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Don't know what would burn the soul more.

Having Gijon end it, or having Barca end it later on this season.

Still, AMAZING record, props to Mourinho.

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And wasnt he having beef with Manager too

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