Quotes as per Chelsea FC:
The best team won. The team that deserved to win more won, simple. That's my opinion. The team played brilliantly. Every player was magnificent. There were no mistakes with zonal play, which is more difficult than targeting a man. We covered space and men.
It was a defensive display? I'm a bit confused with what the media thinks about defensive displays. When a team defends well you call it defensive display. When a team defends badly and concedes two or three goals you don't mention a defensive display.
Mourinho went on to say his team has "no chance" of winning the Premier League title. He also fired a shot at Sky Sports pundit, and former Liverpool player, Jamie Redknapp.
Here's the best of the Twitter reaction:
One observation on Mourinho's tactics. If it was as easy as plenty seem to be suggesting, every team in the league would shut down Liverpool— Scott Wilson (@Scottwilsonecho) April 27, 2014
People, incredibly, still trying to justify their criticism of Mourinho's team & tactics. Deal with it. He is special.— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) April 27, 2014
Clearly Mourinho exposes the weaknesses of teams and forces them to work harder their offensive answers. At M, LFC left short on that front— Guillem Balague (@GuillemBalague) April 27, 2014
Ruud Gullit makes a good point here - Lpool didn't need to win that. They should've set out to get a point. Mourinho would've done.— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) April 27, 2014
Love Mourinho or hate him, you can't ignore, dismiss or make little of his ability to help his team get a result.— David Walsh (@DavidWalshST) April 27, 2014
Chelsea defended magnificently today. Liverpool came up short. Mourinho deserves great credit. Never write him off— Ben Smith (@BenSmithBBC) April 27, 2014
Mourinho's the biggest hypocrite going pic.twitter.com/B9NUaZSMjb— DS15 (@DanceSturridge) April 27, 2014
Brendan Rodgers came off like a very sore loser in today's presser. Mou was Mou. http://t.co/E7swQNUoss— Kevin McCauley (@kevinmccauley) April 27, 2014
Jose Mourinho beats Liverpool, then mocks Jamie Redknapp on Sky after the game. pic.twitter.com/VlDIpeOqrj— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) April 27, 2014
What would we do without him?