Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reveals one major disappointment after Huddersfield win

Tricia Pearson
December 13, 2017

A quite brilliant Chelsea performance earned all three points at Huddersfield Town tonight as goals from Tiemoure Bakayoko, Willian and Pedro humbled the Terriers.A glancing header by Laurent depoitre, the last touch of the game was a minor consolation for the home side.

Chelsea's Italian head coach Antonio Conte looks on during the English Premier League football match between Huddersfield Town and Chelsea at the John Smith's stadium in Huddersfield, northern England on December 12, 2017.

Huddersfield has beaten Manchester United and run Manchester City close at home this season, but was easily dispatched by the other member of the league's top three as Chelsea rebounded from a loss at West Ham at the weekend.

It was a deficit which Chelsea proved unable to wipe out for the remainder of the match, with the visitors extremely disappointing in an attacking sense as they tried to break down David Moyes' defensive unit. "We had a bad game against West Ham", said the Belgian. "We are Chelsea, we are a big club -we have to fight".

Today's game provides a flawless opportunity for Chelsea to get back on the rails and back to winning ways. In 17 games we lost four games.

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Chelsea's Willian celebrates scoring their second goal with team mates.

"My experience tells me it's impossible to win the title", Conte added after his comments following the West Ham game were brought up.

With the goal advantage, Chelsea proceeded to dominate the rest of the first half against a strangely subdued Huddersfield team. "This guy is a young player, a player with great potential and I think he is starting to understand what I want". It's very important for me, the players, for all of us.

"Now we must be focused in the league to go game by game, to do our best".

A Samuel Eto'o victor at Stamford Bridge and a 1-1 draw in the return fixture set Barca on their way to their second-ever Champions League crown, eventually defeating Arsenal in the final.

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