This is getting a bit annoying now. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has now blamed the match official’s decision of not awarding his side a penalty in the second half, as the main reason for their loss to Premier League rivals Southampton at Stamford Bridge. The Blues went down to a 3-1 scoreline at home on Saturday evening, as Jose Mourinho watched his side being demolished in the second half by some good quality play by the Saints.
The first half had ended with a 1-1 scoreline, as both sides went into the break, after Chelsea took the lead through a Willian goal in the 10th minute and Davis equalized on the 43rd.
Further, the west London side were not given a penalty in the second half, for a decision which the Portuguese boss thought should have gone his side’s way.
However, from a neutral’s point of view, Ronald Koeman’s side deserved at least two spot kicks in the first half as well.
Well, Mourinho will just be Mourinho!!