That danged Fluid Simulator. I don't know how many hours I spent trying to patch holes that didn't even exist in vessels that seemed to just want to ooze fluids, and trying to force the fluid down a hole, instead of all over the sides of the object.
The two biggest factors I found are Solidify and Air Bubbles.
It appears you already have done the Solidify to your vessel, but if not, it's in the Modifiers tab.
Even with that, fluid wants to avoid the vessel opening, and leak out of places when it does go in.
So, the other factor is in the Boundary section of the Fluid Domain's Physics tab. This seems totally counter-intuitive to me, but it seems by UN-checking the "Remove Air Bubbles" check box, it works better ... still not perfect.
For this test, I didn't really do it right, and did not want to spend a lot of time on it. I apologize. This is at mostly the basic, default parameters, except I set it for 96 frames, and set the "Inflow" to -3m/s on the Z axis, (and, of course, set the "faucet" Fluid Physics type to Inflow as a Shell), but hopefully you can see the difference in how much fluid fell out of the vessel and into the Fluid Domain box here ...
... and here where I UN-checked Remove Air Bubbles.
Here is the wire frame view, so you can see the crazy shape of the vessel better. As I said, I rushed through this a bit too much. I didn't even do the Solidify, as I suggest.
I would think the air bubbles would displace the fluid, and, without them, draw more fluid into the vessel, but the complete opposite seems to be true, (which is why it took me so long to try unchecking that box).
For this test, I should have made the opening a bit larger, but wanted to make sure it failed, and it did. Had I tuned it, I think I could have gotten it all to flow into the vessel, as I've had some success in the past by unchecking that box and solidifying my vessel object.
Both of the renders above were at the exact same frame of the simulation ... um, frame 27, I believe. I just picked one at random, and left it there before the second Bake and Render, after only unchecking that box.
Besides leaving all the rendering parameters at their default, low resolution, I also left everything in the Physics at the default Partial Slip parameters, but you can also try changing the "Amount" of "Partial Slip".
No matter what, we are still going to be finding issues with the Fluid Simulator ... if not keeping it in vessels, the viscosity thing. Just keep plucking at it.
Now, about that danged Fire and Smoke Simulator ...