Earn Triple Points, Mourinho understandable Mistakes Happen

Earn Triple Points, Mourinho understandable Mistakes Happen

Earn Triple Points, Mourinho understandable Mistakes Happen

Jakarta – Chelsea get an extra three points from a visit to the headquarters of Hull City last night. The win satisfy the Blues manager, Jose Mourinho, although created mistake to concede two goals.

In a match that was rolling at the KC Stadium on Sunday (03/22/2015) night, Chelsea eventually winning 3-2 over Hull. Excellence donated Chelsea Eden Hazard and Diego Costa. But, then Hull could equate to a goal by Ahmed Elmohamady and Abel Hernandez.

Hernandez goal created by the fault of the defender. Branislav Ivanovic pass the ball to Thibaut Courtois. But, Courtois control the ball too fast and lead to Hernandez who then kicked into the goal without a guard.

Entering the second half, and the position is still 2-2, Chelsea could add one goal by Loic Remy. Chelsea went ahead.

An additional three points were made sturdy Chelsea as the top standings on 67 points. They left the second, Manchester City, with a distance of six points. Chelsea still have a chance to increasingly leave the rivals by having a match postponed again.

“Thibaut Courtois is a great player. He made a mistake but the important thing is he was able to fix it in the second half. And it’s been done to him,” said Mourinho told Sports Mole.

“Our position at this time to be the most satisfactory since the beginning of the season. We’ve won the maximum distance reached eight points with the same number of matches.

“Now we are within six points and still a game in hand and there are still nine games remaining.

“After the international break after the regularly scheduled game will again be one match per week, except when we have to perform in match postponed it. I’m sure I could end the season with a convincing,” said the Portuguese manager.

In that game, Chelsea dominant in possession of up to 58%, but lost in creating the chances of the host. Chelsea make eight experiments with only three were on target. The Hull made 19 experiments with eight of them were shot on goal.