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Why José Mourinho Brings The Best Out Of Players Than Any Other Coach In The 21st Century.

Despite the fact that many football commentators disagree, José Mourinho remains the finest coach in terms of developing world-class players.

Here are a few footballers who José Mourinho transformed into world-class players.

Let's start with Didier Drogba and Karim Benzema.

Karim Benzema, like Cristiano Ronaldo, had a great period under José Mourinho, scoring 127 goals and assisting in 150 games.

Under José Mourinho, Didier Drogba became Chelsea's greatest striker, scoring 113 goals and assisting on 186 occasions.

Angel Di Maria and Ricardo Kaka are next on the list.

Di Maria boosted his career by scoring 85 goals and assisting in 137 games while playing under José Mourinho.

Kaka had a great start to the season, but he ended up with a lot of injuries. Despite this, he managed 47 goals and assists in 87 games.

Zlatan Ibrahimović and Samuel Eto'o adored José Mourinho during their time together. Zlatan managed 81 goals/assists in 100 games over both of his stints.

Samuel Eto'o, on the other side, had a back-to-back treble with 44 goals and assists in 83 games.

Inter Milan's attacking alternatives Mario Balotelli and Diego Milito were also treble winners.

Under José Mourinho, Mario Balotelli, Inter Milan's UEFA Champions League hero, has 39 goals and assists in 52 games.

Under José Mourinho, Benni McCarthy and Vanderlei were two more players to win the UEFA Champions League, this time with FC Porto.

McCarthy has 43 goals and assists in 58 games, while Derlei has 72 goals and assists in 92 games.

Eden Hazard and Mesut Ozil, two of the best players in the world, are next on our list. Eden Hazard scored 86 goals and added 86 assists in 125 games to help his team win the English Premier League.

Mesut Ozil had an outstanding 107 goals/assists in 157 appearances as a playmaker for Real Madrid.

Many people do not like José Mourinho's tenure at Manchester United, but he brought in players like Anthony Martial, who had 45 goals and assists in 68 starts, Marcus Rashford, who had 50 goals and assists in 69 starts, and Marcus Rashford, who had 44 goals and assists in just 70 games.

Please keep in mind that I had to use starts for Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford because they didn't get much playing time.

Harry Kane and Heung Min Son are our next attackers. During José Mourinho's reign, both were the best attacking combo in the English Premier League.

In 62 games, Harry Kane scored 63 goals and assisted 54 times, while Son scored 54 goals and assisted 54 times in just 70 games.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the last individual to be mentioned.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored 257 goals and added 164 assists in 164 games over his three seasons with him. He made a significant contribution to the team's 100-point season in 2011/2012.

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