Sunday, 16 August 2015

Football: Jose Mourinho claims Manchester City defeat was ''a fake result''

 Jose Mourinho claimed that Chelsea’s 3-0 loss to Manchester City was “a fake result” and that his side should have got more from the game.
The Blues were roundly outplayed as first Sergio Aguero and then Vincent Kompany and Fernandinho found the back of the net.
But the Portuguese saw it very differently, claiming City’s domination was limited to before the break.
"The best team in the first half won the game,” he told Sky Sports.
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“The best team in the second half was Chelsea for sure. We had a difficult first half, we didn't create a lot and our goalkeeper made a few important saves.
"Second half everything was different. If the 1-0 was a doubtful result at minute 70, 3-0 is completely fake. At 1-0 Chelsea were the best team for the whole second half.”
Mourinho also criticised the media for double standards after Raheem Sterling was replaced by Martin Demichelis as City looked to sit on their lead.
They subsequently scored twice more to seal an emphatic victory but Mourinho claimed that he would have been slammed for such a change.
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"They make a change because they feel 1-0 is in danger and we concede a second goal. If 1-1 a different story, their team is in trouble.
"Their decision to bring on (centre-back) Martin Demichelis is an intelligent change, the sort of change I get criticised for all the time.
"Their midfield was in trouble, probably they should finish the game with nine men. In the end I have to be happy with the second half we did. That is not enough to win the game."


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