Mourinho lauds Chelsea's 'perfect game' post 5-0 rout over Swansea in PL clash
London, Jan 18 - Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho lauded his side's perfect game as they thrashed Swansea City 5-0 to maintain their lead on the top of the Premier League table, but also warned his players that they must win titles if they want to be remembered.
Chelsea moved five points clear of Manchester City, thanks to first-half doubles by Oscar and Diego Costa and a late strike by Andre Schurrle , in the Premier League table.
Mourinho said that it was a perfect game as everything went in their direction, but added that there is no history without titles so he claimed that if they play fantastic and don't win cups no-one would remember this team, the BBC reported.
Defending champions City would get a chance to reduce the gap to Chelsea by two points when they host Arsenal on Sunday.
And Mourinho would not entertain suggestions that the win in Wales increased the pressure on Manuel Pellegrini's title challengers, as he said that he doesn't believe that they feel it, adding that City has to win but they know that.
Mourinho claimed that they don't feel pressure, adding that they feel responsibility. And he said that for a team like City with the experience they have, much more than his side, it's not a problem.
Mourinho claimed that his team is a young team with lots of years in front of them, but added that they are trying this season to make some history by winning something. (ANI)