Thursday, 10 December 2015


Jose Mourinho has issued an apology to the Chelsea supporters and admits he has been given more backing than he deserves.

Chelsea sealed a 2-0 victory over Porto on Wednesday night to finish top of Group G as Willian’s second-half strike came after Marcano’s early own goal.

But when asked why there was a difference between Chelsea’s performances in the Premier League and in Europe, Mourinho told BT Sport: “I think we are not lucky in the Premier League and luck is part of the game.

I just remember the first goal here against Kiev was a defender who scored an own goal, today it was  defender who scored an own goal, in the premier league everything goes against us, every detail does against us, the players feel it’s an attack to their confidence, to their self-esteem.

“The Champions League is very important to go through to the next stage with the best teams in Europe.

“It’s the minimum we can give to our supporters, which are magnificent to us, at this moment they gives us more than what we deserve, especially to myself, they are unbelievable in their support towards me, I feel really sorry that I cannot give more than what I’m giving.”

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