Chelsea manager José Mourinho was interviewed by Chelsea TV after PSG game in Charlotte.
The Portuguese coach seemed quite satisfied for his team performance and progress:
“It was a fantastic training session, they started before us, they had four matches before this one, their intensity was obviously much higher than ours but, as a training session, as a complement for what we are doing it was very good for us.
“We go step by step, the players have some more ‘happiness’ in the legs, you still feel that some of them have an accumulation of fatigue, some of them have slow moves, slow thinking, they recover the ball too slowly, they think too much when normally the press, they take the ball and they score…it’s normal but, step by step, we’re coming.
Falcao, Willian and Cuadrado joined Chelsea squad just three days ago but they already played:
“Falcao, Willian and Cuadrado played tonight because we thought than 20 minutes of playing would have been richer and would have more ingredients than a small group of three [players training] so we decided to give them these 20-25 minutes which is also good for them.
“These three players cannot start against Barcelona, but I guess they can go from [playing] 20 to 30 minutes.
Victor Moses played a good game, scoring a very nice goal that gave Chelsea the 1-1 draw:
“Victor Moses was two seasons on loan but he had a lot of hopes and I could feel his hope and desire to come to Chelsea and standing, when he was on loan he played every game, every weekend so it’s a very different situation but he’s very keen to stay so we have to discuss, but he’s a very good player.