Mourinho: I have nothing to say
The Blues boss refused to answer any questions regarding his place at Stamford Bridge or his side's defeat to Liverpool as the pressure continues to mount on the Portuguese
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho refused to discuss his future after the champions slumped to their sixth Premier League defeat of the season going down 3-1 to Liverpool.
The Portuguese came into the match under pressure after a poor start to the season but saw his side take the lead at Stamford Bridge after Ramires opened the scoring.
Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool
However, Jurgen Klopp’s side came from behind to take all three points after Philippe Coutinho scored twice and Christian Benteke added a third, leaving Mourinho in feisty mood after the final whistle
"I have nothing to say. Nothing to say. Nothing to say," he told BT Sport after being asked his views on the match. "I'm so sorry I have nothing to say."
When asked if he was worried about the current situation, Mourinho replied: "Worried about what?" and when pressed further about whether he was concerned about his future at the club he simply answered "No".
Mourinho left Cesc Fabregas on the bench for the game, eventually bringing the Spain international on in the second half, and also hauled off Eden Hazard on the hour mark after another quiet display.
In an awkward interview Mourinho was also asked how he could improve results but again shied away from giving a response adding only: "I cannot say".