Still the Special One: Jose Mourinho beats Star Wars
He was fired by Roman Abramovich on Thursday, without giving any hint of the decision, which many believed to be too harsh.
New Delhi: Jose Mourinho has done it again, even after the unceremonious sack he received from Chelsea. Hours after his exit from Stamford Bridge, the Portuguese beat Star Wars as the most searched in the Google.
Known for conjuring up many a brilliant tactical football tricks, the Portuguese manager failed to inspired his team as the defending champions suffered one of their worst ever league campaigns.
Star Wars, probably one of the most recognizable film franchises, was due for a much anticipated installment - ‘The Force Awakens’ - with fans keeping a close tap for any snippet or leak before the release. For days, the fans dominated the online search.
However, on Thursday, just after the sacking, the former Real Madrid manager was the looked for term on Google worldwide, for 25 minutes.
The same happened in Twitter too. Jose Mourinho was the top trending topic, again eclipsing then J.J. Abrams film.
Chelsea have lost nine games in 16 matches, and their title defence is the worst in the Premier league history.
He was fired by Roman Abramovich on Thursday, without giving any hint of the decision, which many believed to be too harsh. Mourinho had only seven months back given the Blues their third league title.