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Jose Mourinho: I want to sleep tomorrow until midday


Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho plans to get a long night's sleep after his side's hard-fought win against West Ham United.

The Blues had to weather a late storm in order to secure all three points against a very determined West Ham side and the Portuguese was delighted with the win at the end of the game.

"We couldn't kill the game and these three points are massive for us," Mourinho is quoted as saying by the BBC.

"I told the referee is it very difficult to be a ref here, because of the style of their game. Lots of long balls. West Ham had lots of balls in the box, very difficult, very intense and really difficult for the referee.

"They complain for everything, the crowd is behind them and it is really, really difficult.

"Eden Hazard is fantastic. He is punished by opponents in a very hard way. Today, not in a violent way, just an aggressive football way because they tried to stop him but the kid is playing, scoring and defending.

"My team were brothers on the pitch and that is important if you are to win the most difficult league in the world.

"I want to sleep tomorrow until midday. Today we could have easily lost two points."

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