Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insisted he has no fears over his future at Stamford Bridge after Liverpool condemned the defending champions to a sixth defeat in 11 Premier League matches this season.
A Philippe Coutinho brace inspired the visitors to a 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge, where Ramires headed a fourth-minute opener but a late Christian Benteke strike sealed Chelsea’s fate.
As has become customary over recent weeks, Mourinho engaged in a seemingly ill-tempered post-match interview, repeatedly telling broadcaster BT Sport that he had “nothing to say” about any of the key moments in the match.
Asked whether he was “worried” Mourinho said: “No. Worried about what?”
When it was clarified that the question related to his future at the club, he said: “No.”
On what he might do to turn Chelsea’s fortunes around, Mourinho added: “I cannot say.”
The League Cup holders were dumped out of the competition courtesy of a penalty shootout defeat at Stoke City in midweek and they host Dynamo Kiev on Tuesday without a win in their past two Champions League outings.