Chelsea manager Jose Mouringo has slammed the club supporters, claiming the playing at Stamford Bridge right now is like playing in an empty stadium.
The Blues beat QPR 2-1 in the London derby to extend their Premier League lead, but the manager was unhappy with the team.
"Everyone knows how much I feel connected to this club and the fans. At this moment it's difficult for us to play at home, because playing here is like playing in an empty stadium," the manager said to Talk Sport.
"The team then starts playing like it's a quiet, soft game at home. It's difficult to get that strong start where the players, team and fans at Stamford Bridge [are all together].
"I was today looking around and it was empty, but not in terms of people because it was obviously full. That's what frustrating."
Meanwhile the boss praised Oscar's individual performance, but admitted the team was eventually far from his best.
The Brazilian playmaker scored the opener with a sublime finish in the first-half after an assist from Cesc Fàbregas.
Charlie Austin equalised the game in the second half, but Eden Hazard secured the victory minutes later from the penalty spot, after the Belgian was fouled by Chilean striker Eduardo Vargas.
Mourinho was pleased with the three points but was unhappy with the team performance.
"Oscar was the best player, not just for the goal but for his sharpness and intensity throughout 90 minutes. The team did not play as well as he was expecting. It had periods of good football but not consistently."
When asked about Diego Costa, he said: "He didn't have a very good performance – like the team."