Jose Mourinho insists Chelsea deserved at least a point from their defeat to Aston Villa.
The Blues manager watched on as his side surrendered their seven-month unbeaten record in the Premier League following goals from Zat Knight, who was making his Villa debut, and Gabriel Agbonlahor.
Chelsea had dominated the match after Villa went in front from Knight's 47th minute header, but they could only muster two shots on target throughout the entirety.
Agbonlahor then slotted home with two minutes remaining to seal Villa's 2-0 win, but Mourinho insists his side deserved more.
"We started the game very well," Mourinho told Sky Sports News.
"We were playing against a good team, but we cannot concede a goal in the first minute of the second half because this changed the game completely.
"For me the second goal means nothing in the context of the game. I think we should have scored from the reaction we had in the last 20 minutes.
"I think that would have been fair for the game and would be fair for the way the two teams performed.
"A point each would have been fair in my opinion. We had a very good control of the game and created chances."