That's because they scored an incredible 121 goals that campaign - the most in Spanish football history and a European record.
With players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Mesut Ozil and Kaka at Mourinho's disposal, Los Blancos were able to put on a masterclass in counter attack football.
Pace, power and creativity in attack saw them win the league title as they enjoyed a prolific season under the Portuguese manager.
Twitter user @Benzemology shared an amazing compilation of Mourinho's 2011/12 side in action and it makes for fascinating viewing.
The Real Madrid fan account wrote: "José Mourinho's 2011/12 Real Madrid side holds the record for most league goals scored in Spanish football history.
"121 goals (Also a European record).
"A display of speed and clinical counter attacks."
José Mourinho's 2011/12 Real Madrid side holds the record for most league goals scored in Spanish football history. 121 goals (Also a European record)
A display of speed and clinical counter attacks pic.twitter.com/wolw7YoNuZ
- Roy (@Benzemology) March 23, 2020
Real Madrid's goal/assist stats in 2011/12:
Cristiano Ronaldo - 46 goals, 12 assists
Karim Benzema - 21 goals, 11 assists
Gonzalo Higuain - 22 goals, 9 assists
Mesut Ozil - 4 goals, 19 assists
Angel Di Maria - 5 goals, 16 assists
Kaka - 5 goals, 10 assists
Featured Image Credit: via Twitter/PA
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