Mourinho: We Were Killers In Attack
Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho, labeled his side 'killers after their thrilling 6-3 win over Everton on Saturday night.
Diego Costa bagged a brace, while Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic and Ramires also managed to find the back of the net as the blues claimed their third win of the season, and the Portuguese says both Everton and the Blues' showcased good attacking football.
"I think if the salt and pepper of football is goals then to have nine goals in a Premier League match is fantastic ingredients so I think (we saw) two teams that played the offensive way fantastically well." Mourinho told Sky Sports.
“I know they (Everton) are a good offensive side, but to concede three goals is too much. All of them I can clearly define the mistakes, the people involved and where we failed.
“We were killers in attack, especially on the counter-attack, so when you come to this stadium and get three points it is a reason to be happy. When you come here and score six goals, obviously my players did well.
"We try to have the initiative so we are a different team.
“But I want to be different in that we play better football, score more goals, but I don't want to be different in the sense that we concede goals and to concede three goals and identify the mistakes we made is something I have to work at."