Manchester City defender John Stones has expressed his disappointment with the Citizens' 3-1 loss at the hands of Chelsea, insisting that the scoreline didn't reflect the way his team played.
The Citizens enjoyed 61 per cent ball possession during the course of the 90 minutes, but failed to take away anything as the visitors came from behind to register a comprehensive victory.
Both Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero missed opportunities to kill the game off early in the second half, allowing Antonio Conte's team to get back into the match and Stones insists that it was a sour feeling for Manchester City to come away empty handed.
"There is quite a sour feeling running through everyone's mind", Stones said on Sky Sports after the match, before going on to suggest it should have been Manchester City who won 3-1.
"It is a difficult one to take in the end.
"The scoreline didn't reflect the way we played.
"In my opinion we should have won 3-1. But that's football."
The young England defender went on to ask his team to forget about the disappointment now and take the positives from the match going into their next game.
"From how we played there are positives to take, playing our from the back, creating chances.
"If we had taken those chances at the start of second half it would have been a different story. It is a strange feeling for everyone."