Definitely. There's a difference between bias and outright delusion. Chelsea appear to have skipped over that line.
However based on the twitter abuse I am currently getting a lot of Chelsea fans genuinely think they were unlucky not to get a point which to be honest makes me feel deep despair and sadness. Imagine thinking they deserved anything from that match.
Eta: Having trouble deciding what my favourite thing was today. There's an equal case to be made for cheering and singing at the Chelsea doctor, the Aguero goal, Ramires celebrating for fucking ages after he was ruled offside, the Kompany header, Ivanovic being utter dreck all afternoon, Fernandinho forsaking technique for just kicking it really hard and of course One Step Beyond
Can we all please cast our minds back to that time 95% of the pundits and "experts" predicted City woukd finish 4th? Or even 5th in the case of David James?
City were imperious today. Made Chelsea look like a team of also ran cunts and Sunday League hopefuls. Everyone turned up, everyone outplayed their opposite number, we were fucking exceptional.
CITY CITY CITY CITY CITY CITY CITY
The unexpected cherry on top of the cake is the delightfully childish match report on the Chelsea website which I assume was written by banter legend Mourinho himself https://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2015/08/match-report--manchester-city-v-chelsea-.html
I'm really looking forward to Friday night games en masse next season. The level of alcohol abuse up and down the country will go down in history. Would be amazed if the filth let it go on more than two years
There's been quite a lot of rumbling talk among Barca bloggers etc pointing to La Masia and the young players in it being mismanaged in the name of Presidential politics in the last few years i.e. it got so important after their last generation which won everything that it became a political football. Coaches and managers changed all the time, sub standard coaches brought in because they had the right friends etc.