Sunderland boss Gus Poyet was “not surprised” that his bottom-of-the-table team beat Chelsea on Saturday tea time.
For many it was a huge shock, but Poyet pointed out that his Sunderland side usually play better against the top sides in the Premier League.
Poyet was then predictably asked about the late penalty decision that gave Sunderland victory at Stamford Bridge.
And, the Uruguayan admitted he “never expected” to get a decision at Chelsea, where he spent a few years as a player.
Finally, Poyet said he felt for Jose Mourinho and his staff and would have acted in a similar manner…