JOSE Mourinho has blasted his wasteful Chelsea side for failing to make the most of the chances they created at Everton.
The Blues went down 1-0 to a Steven Naismith goal, scored on the stroke of half time. And, despite plentiful chances, they failed to find the back f the net.
Mourinho, tasting domestic defeat for the first time since returning to the Premier League, said: “We had chances and chances and we didn't score. If you don't score what you create means nothing.
"Perhaps we didn't have the killer instinct, maybe one day we'll have three chances and score three goals.
“The players are good so sooner or later we will score goals related to the production of chances. “We have to play to our strengths which is what we did today, but we have to put the ball in the net.”