Chelsea manager, Guus Hiddink beliefs his men deserved the date and point they got against Manchester United.
Lingard opened the scoring for United with a sublime finish, only for Costa to edge in an equaliser in added time.
And Hiddink has praised his men for chasing the draw after falling behind, but wants to start winning.
“We deserved the point at the end,” Hiddink said. “In any minute you can score, but to go back to the game I think United started very well in the first half.
“Without seeing all the images, they started well and they stretched us out and because of that we dropped back instead of going forward.
“They had the threat in the first 20 minutes without any big opportunities.
“It was a bit the same in the second half, they stretched us and they had a beautiful goal with Lingard, but there was no resistance from our side, which we have to explore.
“After that we reacted very well and went for the equaliser and at the end we had some opportunities.
“Both goalies deserve compliments because they weren’t easy to beat, but at the end we had some chances so we deserve the point.”