Watching Chelsea scrap their way to a draw with Paris St Germain in the Champions League this week, one thought occurred above all others: is this really the same team who hammered Swansea just a month ago?
Back then in the Liberty Stadium, Jose Mourinho’s team had been fast, fluid and fearsome. Looking the Premier League champions elect, they had scored four by half time, each goal a model of speed and precision, the culmination of perfect interchange. For much of the first 45 minutes, as the ball zipped and span between the men in blue, they were utterly unplayable, the accuracy andRead More »from What happened to the Chelsea who tore apart Swansea? Mourinho happened to them. And just as well he did.