Mourinho looked angry after the game, but he did not let his frustrations show...
The Nerazzurri dominated possession, but it was Giampaolo Pazzini who did the business for Samp, ending Inter's four match winning streak.
Mourinho, fresh from his press silence, was cautious on what was said and done.
"I don't like the result. That's all. I will not speak about Sampdoria. [Luigi] Del Neri will talk for them," Mourinho told Sky Sport Italia.
"This result means three points less, that's all it means. What happened on the pitch is over. I don't want to talk about anything else."
The coach feels the absences of Thiago Motta and Wesley Sniejder added to their downfall.
"It's obvious that when players like these are missing we don't play as well. But I don't know what the result would have been if they played.
"The silence? The club asked me to talk today, otherwise I would have stayed quiet."
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com