An encounter that began in relative darkness left Jose Mourinho in one of his darker moods on Saturday.
He might have seen his side strengthen their grip on this Barclays Premier League title race with a second-half penalty from Eden Hazard but Chelsea’s manager seemed far from satisfied when he eventually appeared for his post-match press conference.
For a start, he accused the man in charge of the floodlights of being asleep, and he did have a point.
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