Pay per Head: Mourinho believes that Chelsea’s title race is out of their hands

MourinhoPay per head services learned that Jose Mourinho believes that the title race is out of Chelsea’s hands even though they beat Stoke City 3-0, sending the Blues to the top of the table.

Goals scored by Mohamed Salah, Frank Lampard and Willian were able to move Chelsea to the top of the Premier League, but Mourinho and pay per head services know that the Blues still rely on other results to have it their way.

Price per head services know that Liverpool can keep the top spot if they defeat West Ham on Sunday, and the Portuguese manager still has to take his side to Anfield before the season finishes.

“I keep saying that we don’t depend only on ourselves and we never did,” the Chelsea manager told Sky Sports.

“I was waiting to be top of the league and depending on ourselves but that has never happened. We depend too much on other results.

“We have to play Liverpool so we have three points to discuss with them but with Manchester City we don’t play them, so they have it in their hands.”

Pay per head services saw that the win eased the pain of consecutive losses for Chelsea, who suffered a shock 1-0 reverse in the league last Saturday against Crystal Palace before they lost at Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last-eight tie.

And pay per head services found out that Mourinho – whose side welcome PSG on Tuesday – was happy with his men’s reaction on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.

“They played well,” he added. “Normally after defeats you don’t start very confidently and that’s what happened.

“But we finished the first half 1-0 and it could have been two or three because we played well in the last 20-25 minutes of the first half.

“The second goal (arrived) and the game is over, everything was under control.

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“It is a good victory and it’s what we have to do until the end of the season. We have five matches in the Premier League and we have to win five.”