Mourinho upset with Chelsea's defence lapses that scarred 6-3 Everton win

Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho has insisted that watching his side beat Everton 6-3 to 100 percent was not enjoyable because of the defensive laps that scarred their win at Goodison Park.

Mourinho upset with Chelsea's defence lapses that scarred 6-3 Everton win

London: Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho has insisted that watching his side beat Everton 6-3 to 100 percent was not enjoyable because of the defensive laps that scarred their win at Goodison Park.

The league leaders registered aDiego Costa brace and efforts byBranislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic and Ramires, as well as a Seamus Coleman's own goal, while Kevin Mirallas, Steven Naismith and Samuel Eto'o scored for Everton.

Mourinho said that it was wonderful for everyone watching, but not for him. He added that they cannot make so many defensive mistakes, The BBC reported.

The Chelsea boss said that in their match against Everton, City showed that they are improving in other areas but not keeping the balance in defence.

Chelsea was not behind at any stage of the contest after scoring twice in the opening three minutes, but Mourinho was angry at the manner in which his players defended set pieces.

Mourinho said that the squad had spent 90 minutes on Wednesday defending corners and free-kicks, but added that against Everton they conceded from a free-kick so he cannot be happy with the ridiculous goal they conceded.

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