Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink was full of praise for his players for showing character during the 1-1 draw against Manchester United.
The Blues, who lost defender Kurt Zouma following a horrific knee injury, fought hard in the dying minutes of the match to equalise and take one point from the game.
"I am happy with the reaction of the team," Hiddink told Sky Sports.
"Manchester United did a good job in the first half and in the beginning of the second, they are not an easy team to beat. But we deserved a point.
"We dropped too far back after the first 20 minutes when they dominated us but later on we closed a little more. They made a beautiful goal - without good marking from our side - but after I think the team reacted very well.
"Tomorrow we [will] know more [about Kurt Zouma's injury], but if you have this injury - and everyone has seen how bad it is - hyper-extension is always bad.
"I had this same problem once and it hurts. But let's hope and see tomorrow what the MRIs will show."