Chelsea and Porto legend Ricardo Carvalho spoke in the eve of the game that will see is ex teams facing each other at Stamford Bridge.
The game is very delicate for both teams, but especially for the Blues, as a defeat could mean the end of Mourinho’s second spend with Chelsea:
“Mourinho can’t live with defeat, that’s why he isn’t doing great,” the 37-year-old told to Spanish radio Cadena Ser.
“Despite that, I think he’s the right man to turn things around at Chelsea.
“If they qualify, I think that Chelsea can go a long way in the Champions League. They aren’t doing great in the Premier League, but they can knock out anyone in Europe.”
Carvalho also claimed that he still doesn’t know which team he will cheer:
“I don’t know if I’ll support Porto or Chelsea. I grew up at Porto, but I spent more years at Chelsea. Mourinho is there and I have a lot of friends at the club.
“Chelsea are favourites because they’re at home and only need a draw, but the smallest details decide these types of games and Porto have an outstanding team.”