How the PL table would look if it began when Spurs appointed Mourinho

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Jose Mourinho claimed his biggest result as Tottenham boss to date with a 2-0 victory over reigning champions Manchester City on Sunday.

Thanks to the win over his old adversary Pep Guardiola, only two teams have claimed more points in the Premier League since Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino in north London.

We’ve taken a look at how the Premier League table would look if it began when Mourinho was appointed by Spurs.

1. Liverpool – 39 points
2. Man City – 26
3. Tottenham – 23
4. Leicester – 23
5. Southampton – 23
6. Man Utd – 19
7. Wolves – 19
8. Everton – 19
9. Sheff Utd – 19
10. Newcastle – 16
11. Burnley – 16
12. Chelsea – 15
13. Watford – 15
14. Crystal Palace – 15
15. Arsenal – 14
16. Aston Villa – 14
17. Brighton – 11
18. Norwich – 11
19. West Ham – 11
20. Bournemouth – 10


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