The Blues have themselves to blame for dropping points against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
However, Chelsea ended up conceding two goals from unnecessary mistakes to draw the game 2-2, despite having taken the lead twice.
Chelsea even had the advantage numerically for the bulk of the game, with David Luiz having been shown a red card in the 26th minute of the first-half.
Jorginho who opened the scoring for Chelsea from the penalty spot admitted after the game that the draw felt more like a loss.
He said: “We feel like we lost the game. We had the game in our hands, then, in the last second, conceded a goal when we shouldn’t. It’s hard. We need to move forward.
“I don’t think it’s confidence because we played well and were controlling the game. Something about concentration maybe. In this kind of games, you lose in moments. We made mistakes. That is it.
“These big games are like these. You can win and lose the game in the details.”