Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink believes Saturday’s score draw between his side and Watford was a fair result.
In the first game of his second spell in charge at Stamford Bridge, Hiddink and his troops fought hard to earn a point at home thanks to Diego Costa’s double.
The Chelsea manager was also impressed with the return to form of Diego Costa, who scored twice just a week after he was booed by Chelsea fans for his part in the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
“At the end it is a fair result. You have to have respect for Watford because they have been on a winning streak and have very decent strikers.
“But in the end I think we could have made a little bit more, we had some chances and it was a pity Oscar slipped for the penalty.
“Diego Costa when he is focused on what he is good at he has his profit from his play.
“He will not be there [against Manchester United on Monday] which means we have to think a bit. [Eden] Hazard came back in the last week and had two training sessions and we hope he can be fully fit.” Hiddink said as quoted on BBC Sports.