Do Not Sell My Personal Information

Jose Mourinho’s bus has seen better days…

It is 2-0 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge as the both the home side and Manchester United go into the tunnel at half time.

33 seconds is how long it took for Pedro to punish some hapless United defending by latching onto a speculative long all from Marcos Alonso, only to round David De Gea and slot home much to the joy of the home fans.

Not much has changed since, as it has been Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea; wave-after-wave of attack since the word go.

Gary Cahill made it 2-0, and Diego Costa was unfortunate not to make it three. In all honesty, it could be six, such as been United’s poor defensive showing thus far.

It seems Mr Mourinho upon his return to his old stomping ground set up in a similar fashion as to how he did against Liverpool on Monday night – parking his ever so famous bus in an attempt to keep a score draw and another 90 minutes of boredom for Premier League fans to enjoy.

That bus has either been demolished or didn’t show up in the first place however, and looks a little more like the wreckage after going through a tunnel that was a little too high.

Here is the best of bus related humour the wonderful world wide web has to offer after United’s 45 minute disaster show…

Article title: Jose Mourinho’s bus has seen better days…

Please leave feedback to help us improve the site: