Stamford Bridge side saw lead at the top of the Premier League cut to five points.
Jose Mourinho was clearly unhappy following his side’s draw with relegation candidates Burnley but opted to provide coy responses to questions over his views on the refereeing during the game.
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The Daily Mail reports on comments made by Mourinho where he alludes to four incidents he felt were crucial in leading to Chelsea dropping two points at home to the Clarets.
“No. There are four moment of the game where you can write the story. Minutes 30, 33, 43 and 69. Don’t ask me more questions,” he said.
“I can’t go through the incidents. I am punished when I refer to these situations and I don’t want to be punished.
“To describe, I have to use words that I cannot. It is better we finish. I don’t want to look silly in front of you. I am surprised we didn’t lose.”
Man City took full advantage of Chelsea’s woes as they romped to a 5-0 win over Newcastle United.
Chelsea took the lead over Burnley through Branislav Ivanovic but saw Nemanja Matic sent off with 20 minutes to play before Ben Mee leveled for the visitors.