Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho doesn't expect to be sacked after defeat against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
It was Chelsea's sixth defeat of the season as they keep their 15th position in the table.
And the Portuguese was again critical of the referee as he expected Liverpool midfielder Lucas to be sent off in the second half.
"The players tried," Mourinho said.
"You could feel, and not just because we scored in the first couple of minutes, the attitude, desire. It was 50-50 despite the fact we were winning 1-0.
"There were two minutes of added time [in the first half] and we conceded the goal after two minutes and 35 seconds.
"What happened in the second half was a consequence of crucial moments, moments that the stadium saw, and more than just see it, the players felt it. From then what happened was just a consequence.
"[If I think I will be sacked?] No.
"[If Lucas deserved to be sent off?] What do you think? You are not punished by the FA. I'm punished if I tell you.
"There are things that are out of our hands."