Mourinho has expressed his joy over the victory of Dynamo Kiev, saying it provided relief to the young supporters of the club, who he fears have been growing through a hard time.
Chelsea’s 2-1 win over Dynamo Kiev yesterday at the Stamford Bridge, is their second in nine matches in all competitions.
Mourinho was thrilled with the character his men showed after Willian’s winner and even spared a thought for some section of the Chelsea supporters, who he knows have had a bad run following the dismal form of the club.
“It is easy for kids to go to school with the Chelsea shirt when Chelsea wins every match but not easy for kids of 10 or 12 years old to go to school with a Chelsea shirt when they are losing matches,” the Portuguese manager told reporters.
“Probably they are bullied by other kids from teams that are winning matches. The club has to be very proud of the fans.
“It is an amazing feeling for the club to know that the fans are there in good moment and the bad moments. In a good moment, you see the streets full of people celebrating with the bus – but that is easy.”