Jose Mourinho saw his Chelsea side exit the Champions League on Wednesday night as they were overcome by 10-man Paris Saint-Germain at Stamford Bridge.
The Chelsea manager does not, however, believe this defeat has damaged his managerial legacy despite the extreme criticism that has been directed the way of his team following their European elimination.
There has been continued abuse for Chelsea to withstand in the days since this defeat but Mourinho has responded defiantly, stating that his record as a manager remains intact.
The Mail on Sunday carry quotes from the Portuguese back on arrogant form, claiming that on a few of his contemporaries are even comparable to his esteemed self.
A bold claim, possibly, but most probably a correct one. It now seems almost certain that Mourinho will have another trophy to add to his collection this season with the Premier League title practically in the bag.
But, of course, Mourinho is not the only man on the back pages of the papers today, and here is a collection of the day’s top stories.
Click BEGIN SLIDESHOW to have a look at the top stories from the Sunday newspapers