Chelsea fans destroy Jose Mourinho after Liverpool defeat on Twitter

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It seems as though the tide could finally be turning on Jose Mourinho after his Chelsea side suffered yet another defeat in the Premier League.

The Special One could only watch on as his side went down to Liverpool at Stamford Bridge after Ramires had given the home side an early lead.

Philippe Coutinho levelled things up on the stroke of half time with a superb curling effort, before bagging his second of the game to pile the pressure on Mourinho.

Things could have have been much worse for Chelsea had Alberto Moreno put away a clear chance to make it 3-1 before the full-time whistle, before Benteke did.

The defeat means that the Blues have just 11 points from 11 games now, and questions are likely to be asked about Mourinho and his long-term future in the job.

Chelsea fans were not only fuming about the defeat against Liverpool, which came after the club's Capital One Cup exit against Stoke in mid-week, but also the manner of their performance.

The home side seemed content to sit back and contain Liverpool having taken the lead, however that approach eventually backfired and now Mourinho is paying the price. For Jurgen Klopp it is a day to remember after sealing his first league win as Liverpool boss, however for Mourinho it is a day in which some serious questions are being asked.

Check out the best tweets from a stunning day at Stamford Bridge below:

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