Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea has kept its 100th clean sheet under the Portuguese manager, smashing Sir Alex Ferguson’s record with Manchester United.
The 1-0 win at West Ham was Chelsea’s 100th clean sheet in 185 matches under Mourinho, while Ferguson’s United needed 214 matches to reach the milestone.
The Blues boss also has the best shut-out ratio in the Premier League, preventing the opposition from scoring in 54 percent of his games.
Ex-Liverpool and Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez follows in second, after keeping a clean sheet in 45 percent of his matches.
Mourinho has conceded just 0.63 goals per match with Chelsea, while again Benitez follows in second place with 0.82 goals conceded per match.
Chelsea have kept 13 clean sheets in the league this season alone and lead the Premier League table by five points with one game in hand.
The Portuguese recently won his 21st trophy as a manager, after beating Tottenham Hotspur in the Capital One Cup final.
Mourinho and Chelsea are one of the few sides, which can still win the treble this season, but need to overcome Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday to keep the dream alive.
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