Jose Mourinho accepted responsibility for Chelsea's 2-1 Champions League defeat to Basle but fully expects his side to advance from Group E. Six years to the day since his most recent Champions League match as Chelsea boss, a draw with Rosenberg which marked the end of his first spell in charge, Mourinho's men followed up defeat at Everton by falling victim to the Swiss side's first win in England at the 11th attempt.
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