Jose Mourinho won't waste time 'crying' over Manchester City loss

The Chelsea manager saw his team lose 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium, but he is keen to get back on track against Everton this weekend.
Jose Mourinho has vowed not to dwell on Chelsea's FA Cup defeat to Manchester City and wants to return to winning ways as quickly as possible.

The Chelsea manager felt that his side showed the effects of a busy schedule with a tired performance at the Etihad Stadium, and City's extra preparation time — with its midweek league clash postponed because of bad weather — paid dividends as it won 2-0.

The defeat was Chelsea's seventh of the season in all competitions but, rather than letting the result affect his spirits, Mourinho is focussed on getting a positive result in the upcoming Premier League match with Everton on Saturday.

"I don't like to lose but when I lose, instead of big crying I want the next match to come," he told the club's official website. "I want to play, I want to try to have again the taste of the victory. I am never down with a defeat and I want to start working towards the next match, and hopefully I can pass to (the players) this kind of spirit, this kind of message."

Chelsea has lost consecutive games on just one occasion this season, when a 1-0 loss at Everton was followed by a 2-1 home defeat against Basel in the Champions League.