Prior to removing his bus from the Emirates pitch, Jose Mourinho spoke to the media.

The Chelsea manager, who looked like he hadn’t slept in a week, heavily praised his captain, John Terry, had digs at Arsenal and their fans and generally acted like the hateful human being that we all know him to be.
Saying it was a ‘fair result, if you forget the penalties’ he claimed he was happy with the referee’s performance but wouldn’t get drawn into the incidents in any depth which is most unlike him, although he would go on to mention them again.
He also spoke about Cesc Fabregas and how he handled his return to the club that made him:
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