Jose Mourinho is targeting his 13th major cup final win as a manager having come out on top in all four of his European finals so far.
Excluding those considered to be non-major trophies, for example the Community Shield and Super Cup, he has won eight of his 11 domestic finals as a manager and all four European finals.
Incredibly, Henrik Larsson is the last player to score against a Mourinho side in a European cup final, which takes you back to the UEFA Cup final between Porto and Celtic in May 2003.
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In three European finals since, Mourinho’s Porto beat Monaco 3-0 to win the Champions League in 2004, his Inter Milan team secured a treble against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final of 2010, and he lifted the Europa League with Manchester United in 2017 after a 2-0 win over Ajax.
In fact, a 1-0 defeat for his Manchester United team against Chelsea in the 2018 FA Cup final remains the only time Mourinho has lost a cup final inside 90 minutes.
The other two occasions where he came out second best were the Portuguese Cup final with Porto in 2004 and Copa del Rey final with Real Madrid in 2013, with both defeats coming after extra time.
Mourinho will be hoping his star striker Tammy Abraham can fire Roma to glory over Feyenoord. The 24-year-old former Chelsea striker has plundered 27 goals in all competitions for the Serie A giants including a record-breaking 17 for an Englishman in the league.