Publicado: Mier, Noviembre 08, 2017
Negocios | By Lorenzo Cobo

Jose Mourinho: We Didn't Deserve To Lose To Chelsea

Jose Mourinho: We Didn't Deserve To Lose To Chelsea

Tensions boiled over at Cobham following a bid from Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian, and Costa was dropped for Chelsea's 3-0 win over Leicester City.

"Eight points in the Premier League is still a lot to play for". Given how frequent Chelsea change managers, and murmurings around the club, few expect Conte to be at Stamford Bridge next season.

Meanwhile, Conte confirmed that the visit of United will definitely come too early for Moses with the wing-back having been out of action since suffering another hamstring blow during the defeat at Palace on 14 October. Yet, the Chelsea manager snubbed Mourinho, who stood looking on as the Italian milked the applause from the crowd.

"I think we'll have to regroup and make sure that - our next game is at Old Trafford - we put on a performance to rectify this".

A testy first half continued into the second half, as Ander Herrera stamped on Eden Hazard's foot after the Belgian cut past him.

Asked if he eventually got to shake Conte's hand, Mourinho said: "No. He disappeared".

Jose Mourinho had a tough afternoon on Sunday.

There is no problem with it at all.

Thibaut Courtois made a fantastic save on Fellaini in the 90th minute, getting horizontal to slap away his header.

In a fairly dull affair, one of the biggest talking points at full-time was the lack of handshake between the two bosses.

"Luiz's future? I don't know".

David Luiz is the latest high profile figure to clash with Antonio Conte. I have a squad with 16 senior players, and five young players.

Alvaro Morata, the goalscorer, was linked with a move to United before he joined Chelsea.

The Blues star is one of the Premier League's most deadly attackers and a key part of Antonio Conte's team. "I try to do this".

Chelsea were adamant they would not be held to ransom to secure the players Conte wanted, and as a result the Italian's frustration grew.

Liam is ESPN FC's Chelsea correspondent.

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