Despite sealing three points against Manchester United on a Saturday evening with a 1-0 victory, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho still believes that there is a “conspiracy” against his team.
Mourinho was at his tactical best at Stamford Bridge, and the three points means that the west London outfit are just two wins away from sealing the Premier League title.
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However, the Portuguese still isn’t happy; he reckons that had Ander Herrera have been a Chelsea player that the pundits over at Sky Sports would have much more out of the incident.
Herrera was booked in the closing moments of the game for simulation after the midfielder, in the view of the referee, dived under a challenge from Gary Cahill to try and win his side a last minute penalty.
The Blues boss said, “I am happy that it was not a Chelsea player,” as quoted by the Express.
“If it was a Chelsea player, on Sky it would be somebody’s ‘crimes’, it would be ‘cheating’, it would be ‘the champions of the team without fair play’ and these kind of things,” the 52-year-old continued.
“Because it’s a Man United player tomorrow nobody remembers.”