WATCH: Wonderful Walters strike adds to Mourinho’s misery

By Stephen Barry

Nobody can stop Jon Walters these days.

He wound down the clock and wound up the World Champions as Ireland beat Germany at the Aviva Stadium and now he’s knocked in a scorching shot against Premier League and League Cup champions Chelsea.

Okay, Chelsea are far from their best these days, but there’s little stopping strikes like these.

Here are some more angles of the sweet strike…

Walters enjoyed it plenty!

WATCH: Wonderful Walters strike adds to Mourinho’s misery

What’s more, it was a 100% Irish goal as Glenn Whelan teed-up Walters for the finish.

It’s surely a sign that Ireland are going to beat Bosnia… or that Chelsea have got very, very bad.

It’s more bad news for Jose Mourinho…

However a Loic Remy equaliser means that the Blues have brought Stoke to extra-time.

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