Mourinho - Wenger's charismatic nemesis
Arsenal tackle Chelsea tonight looking to return to the summit, and with Arsene Wenger bidding to beat Jose Mourinho for the first time at the 10th attempt.
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Premier League, December 12, 2004
Chelsea twice came from behind against defending champions Arsenal, with Eidur Gudjohnsen and John Terry cancelling out Thierry Henry's double.
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Premier League, April 20, 2005
The Blues were held to a stalemate as they closed in on a first championship in 50 years -- they had an 11-point lead with five games to play.
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Community Shield, August 7, 2005
Didier Drogba netted twice as Mourinho's men won the season opener, with Cesc Fabregas replying for Arsenal.
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Premier League, August 21, 2005
Again Drogba was on target as Chelsea inflicted an early blow in the title race.
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Premier League, December 18, 2005
Chelsea stretched their advantage over Arsenal to 20 points with goals from Arjen Robben and Joe Cole to inflict a third successive league loss on the Gunners for the first time in over 10 years.
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Premier League, December 10, 2006
Michael Essien's thunderous strike six minutes from time earned Chelsea a point, preserving Mourinho's unbeaten league record at home, after Mathieu Flamini had put the visitors in front.
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League Cup final, February 25, 2007
A mass brawl marked the conclusion of a game sealed by two Drogba goals and featuring three red cards and Terry being taken to hospital with a head injury.
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Premier League, May 6, 2007
Chelsea's title challenge came to an end as Manchester United won the title courtesy of dropped points at the Emirates Stadium.
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League Cup, October 29, 2013
Reunited after Mourinho's time in Italy and Spain, Wenger's side still could not beat the Portuguese's, despite the Blues fielding a team of out-of-favour players including goalscorers Cesar Azpilicueta and Juan Mata.