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Chelsea Set Unwanted Premier League Record In Defeat To Burnley

Chelsea Set Unwanted Premier League Record In Defeat To Burnley

Conte, in an interview with the BBC after their 3-2 loss to Burnley on Saturday, stated that he was focused on working with the players at his disposal.

Watford are a side who could prove to be a dark horse under former Hull City manager Marco Silva.

August 12, 2017 at 17:00, in one of the matches that will open the first round of the English Premier League will be a duel at the stadium "Stamford Bridge", in which Chelsea will confront Burnley.

Chelsea player ratings: Courtois 6, Rudiger 3, David Luiz 2, Cahill 1, Azpilicueta 6, Fabregas 3, Kante 6, Alonso 6, Willian 4, Boga 3, Batshuayi 1.

The Blues' club-record signing was brought on in the 59th minute, scoring with a powerful header 10 minutes later.

"I like to tell always the truth and in the second half we changed totally the situation".

"I admit it's a very important amount but I have the personality to play with calmness and continue my path. I have only played two preseason games, 15 official minutes and a missed penalty", he said.




"In the second half we deserve compliments because you saw a team who tried when it wasn't easy and at the end of the match we had two men less", he said.

Having not been seen at the club's training complex in Cobham, Costa has been piling on the pounds back in his country of birth, Brazil and photographs submitted on social media show off his ever expanding waistline.

The champions won 19 of 21 matches across all competitions at Stamford Bridge last season while Burnley took a scant seven points at Turf Moor all season.

"Instead we conceded three goals and in the second half it was very difficult to change the final result despite the great commitment, will and desire of my players".

"I am not worried, I am ready to fight with these players".

The Manchester United boss had led Chelsea to the title in 2014/15 but was sacked in December after a disastrous start to the season left the Blues in the relegation zone.


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