Chelsea’s away 1-0 win in Tottenham saw many records being broken across both the London clubs’ books, for both current manager Thomas Tuchel and former gaffer Jose Mourinho.
Tottenham last won at home in the North London derby against Arsenal, way back on 6 December 2020. Heung-min Son and Harry Kane’s first-half goals were enough to seal that victory, but since then they have lost four and drawn two.
This winless streak is Jose Mourinho’s worst home record (losing three league games on the trot) – having managed 326 home league games across eight different clubs. (Goal.com)
As a result of Thursday night’s encounter, Mourinho hasn’t won any of the last seven matches against Chelsea, losing four and drawing three. His longest winless streak against a single club since his time in the dugout for Real Madrid, when Barcelona didn’t lose seven between 2011 and 2012. (Goal.com)
Tuchel, on the other hand, became Chelsea’s first manager since Jose Mourinho in 2004 to register three successive clean sheets in their first three Premier League games.
Chelsea face Sheffield United next on the weekend and will look to make it four games without a loss under Tuchel.