If Roman Abramovich had watched last night's game between Arsenal and Chelsea, the above picture would have been the face he would have pulled. This is because, in yet another big match, Mourinho did his absolute best to destroy what on paper could have been a good game of football, with the most dourest brand of anti-football.
Such a slug-fest was not in-keeping with what has been a fantastic Premier League season; yet as soon as you saw the Chelsea line-up, you knew Mourinho haboured no intentions to win the match.
At the back, Mourinho insisted on keeping Ashley Cole and David Luiz on the bench. In regards to form, Azpilicueta and Cahill are certainly deserving of their places but they are far more pragmatic than Cole and Luiz. Whilst I can understand not playing Luiz due to him being prone to mistakes, playing right back Azpilicueta at left back reeks of anti-football. Azpilicueta is normally good going forward, however, playing him at left back robs him of his attacking ability and all you are left with is a good defender who is reluctant to vacate his position due to being on his un-favoured position. No doubt this was done to negate Theo Walcott's pace.
Further afield, John Obi Mikel and Lampard are among the slowest and least energetic midfielders you can find in the Premier League. Although Ramires, who has pace and stamina in spades, lined-up with them to form a midfield trio, what he has in common with the aforementioned is that he and they are completely un-creative with their passing.
It was no surprise to see Chelsea fail to link up with their attacking trio. In fact, Mourinho knew this would be a case so from the offset so he exacerbated their attacking dilemma by withdrawing the services of Hazard and Willian from Torres, by making the wingers sit in line with the original midfield trio.
The result was a rigid back ten Arsenal found impossible to penetrate. When Chelsea did try tried to break out in a counter, due to the 40 yard distance to Torres and the lack of creativity on field, Chelsea failed to make any tangible chances save for Lampard hitting the bar.
Taking this into consideration, you have to wonder: just why did Mourinho spend so much on: Willian (£30 million), Schurrle (£18 million), Van Ginkel (£8 million) and Eto'o (high wages) and spend so much time bringing back Kevin De Bruyne from loan if he was not going to play all but one in the big matches? In fact the one that did play (Willian) was more or less wasted - any other player in the world could have performed his task today and it would not have affected the result.
All these players came with massive reputations and Mourinho is doing his very best to ruin them. There is more to Schurrle than the workhorse Mourinho presents him as. Willian is far more productive than his 'cute but ultimately ineffective' performances have suggested - he is wholly unsuited to the anti-football Mourinho is installing at Chelsea. De Bruyne is far more than the troublemaker Mourinho has painted him out to be - perhaps a mechanism to hide the fact De Bruyne is unwilling to adapt to Mourinho's anti-football.
Many will point to the fact Chelsea got a valuable point against an title rival and I am not disputing that. That point may prove vital; Chelsea took two points off a main rival and considering Chelsea have this phenomenal record at home, they can sleep easy knowing they will be massive favourites against Arsenal in the return match.
What I am disputing is Mourinho's record in the transfer market. Far too many times, the 'special one' has spent obscene amounts of money on players he did not need; completely misusing them, destroying their careers in the process and overall just not getting value for money.
Mourinho may have got the desired result, but he did not achieve it in the desired way. No manager purposefully plays the way Chelsea did against Arsenal unless they have serious reservations over the talents of their squad. Quite simply, Mourinho has spent way too much to have these thoughts and the fact he does highlights the poor job he did in acquiring the players he needed. For that reason Mourinho should feel ashamed of himself and if Chelsea do not improve by the end of the season, Abramovich should feel ashamed in Mourinho's performance as manager.