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Fuming Mourinho feels 'betrayed' as fantastic Fox Vardy piles on pain

By Mark Ogden

Published 15/12/2015

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho revealed he felt 'betrayed' by his side's defending after they lost 2-1 to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

A 15th goal of the season from Jamie Vardy and a super strike from Riyad Mahrez took the Foxes back to the top of the Pemier League table and left Chelsea, who scored late on through Loic Remy, in 16th place - just one point above the relegation zone.

A fuming Mourinho blasted: "The two goals we conceded were unacceptable to me. I feel my work was betrayed."

The result and that reaction from Mourinho will increase speculation about his future at Chelsea, who lost Eden Hazard to injury in the first half.

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