The Uruguayan went down under a challenge from Samuel Eto’o but the Reds were not given a spot kick.
Upon review, it appears that Brendan Rodgers’ men have a case as the Cameroonian attacker looks to have clipped the South American.
The Portuguese trainer said Suarez was guilty of “going down as if he has been shot”, while turned the attention to Chelsea’s own penalty appeal that was turned down.
Mourinho was also on the defensive when quizzed about using David Luiz in midfield, and dismissed a question surrounding a poor tackle by Eto’o in the early exchanges.
Despite Mourinho’s close relationship with Liverpool counterpart Rodgers, the gloves are off in his post-match interview here.