Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has praised his players for salvaging a point against Manchester United in their Sunday's 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.
Jesse Lingard seemed to have secured the three points for United after scoring in the 61st minute. But Diego Costa equalized in the 91st minute to earn The Blues a share of the points.
In his post-match reaction, Hiddink posited that Chelsea didn't deserve to lose.
"I am happy with the reaction of the team. Manchester United did a good job in the first half and in the beginning of the second, they are not an easy team to beat. But we deserved a point."
"We dropped too far back after the first 20 minutes when they dominated us, but later on we closed a little more.
"They made a beautiful goal-without good marking from our side- but after I think the team reacted very well," Hiddink said.
Hiddink also commented on Kurt Zouma who had to go off with a knee injury.
"Tomorrow we know more, but if you have this injury- and everyone has seen hiw bad it is- hyper-extension is alway bad."
"I had this same problem once and it hurts. But let's hope and see tomorrowwhat the MRIs will show."