Chelsea Invincibles? No way, Jose, says Mourinho
Going on their imperious current form, it's hard to imagine anyone beating Chelsea to the English Premier League title this season.
Heck, it's hard to imagine the Blues being beaten by anyone either, like Arsenal's championship-winning Invincibles from 2003/04 as they emulated Preston North End's mighty feat in the 1880s.
However, ahead of his duel with Arsene Wenger - the mastermind behind that fabled Gunners side - in Sunday's big London derby at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he cannot envisage his unbeaten side staying that way for the rest of the season - or any side, for that matter.
The Portuguese manager said: "It's something that happened once in a lifetime. I don't see, in modern football with the competitiveness of this Premier League, one team being champion without a defeat.
"That will stay in the history as the second and the last time.
"(That is) my opinion, but we don't know."
Source: Sky Sports