Jose Mourinho told journalists in his post match press conference that he doesn’t thinks that it was list last game at Chelsea. Ramires scored early for the home side from a sublime cross from Cesar Azpilicueta before Brazilain star Philippe Coutinho scored two absolutely stunning goals and Christain Benteke added a third after coming on from the bench to seal the win for the Reds. The Chelsea boss also said the players want to play for him, and the team is together.
Mourinho, under growing pressure, said: “No, I don’t think this was my last match here and, yes, I think I will be given time to turn it round.
“I have no doubt the players still want to play for me. The team is together.
“There were two minutes of added time in the first half and we concede a goal on two minutes 35 seconds.
“Then, what happened in the second half is a consequence of some crucial moments. They were moments the stadium saw and the players more than saw.”
Speaking about Lucas Leiva’s foul on John Obi Mikel, and the possibility of him getting sent off for that tackle Mourinho said he doesn’t wants to comment on it as he’d get punished by the FA if expresses his opinion.
Chelsea boss said: “There are things that are out of our hands.
“What do you think? You are not punished by the FA. I am punished if I tell you what I think.
“And then I will start preparing for the game against Dynamo Kiev.”
Another defeat for Jose Mourinho’s side has left them with just 11 points from 11 games and a sixth defeat of the season in the Premier League.