Jose Mourinho’s side hosted Bournemouth in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening, as they looked to get back to winning ways, prior to their mid-week clash against Porto in the Champions League. The Blues were not having a great league campaign and had seen a lot of ups and downs this season. The Portuguese boss was trying his best to turn things around for the Londoners and would have hoped that they would claim all three points from the match. However, things did not work out according to his plans and though his side started off the match positively, there were no goals in it for them.
Neither side could score in the first half and it ended in a 0-0 stalemate at the break. Nemanaja Matic got the best chance for the hosts, though the finish that followed was just not good enough.
Mourinho looked angry and frustrated, as he has looked often this term that his side failed to capitalize on their chances and things only got worse when Murray came on as a second half sub and scored after just 99 seconds since his arrival on the pitch.
It was the only goal of the game, which came on the 82nd minute of the game and was enough to hand the visitors a win, which will go down in their history as one of the biggest wins ever.
The west London side once again failed to live up to expectations and it will be interesting to see now, how Mourinho lifts his side prior to the upcoming fixtures.
Here are how the fans of various clubs including Arsenal, Manchester United and others reacted to this loss:
— AFC Supporter (@S_Supercilious) December 6, 2015
Anyone know whether a 60,000 seater stadium is actually allowed in the Championship? #chelsea
— Francis Keogh (@HonestFrank) December 5, 2015
— 1d_feverr❤ (@1d_love_zaynie) December 5, 2015
Mourinho interview time…!
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