Conte wants Chelsea to control emotions against Man Utd

"We knew it was going to be a very tough game, we controlled it after scoring first but they got that goal and we ended the first half as we started and we came out there in the second half and played a good 45 minutes to get the three points". You can feel a bit of the pressure, but it's normal.

"I love Tottenham, they're probably my favourite team in the league to watch".

The Chelsea team celebrating Marcos Alonso's free-kick goal.

"I believe Manchester United for sure will have great motivation as they're playing against Chelsea".

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard spoke to the club's official website following his side's hugely important 3-1 win over Bournemouth on Saturday, and explained why he and two of his teammates have an extra incentive pip Spurs to the Premier League title this season.

Hailing Chelsea's response in claiming two wins in a week after their 2-1 home defeat by Crystal Palace, Conte warned his players that Tottenham will never give up on the title.


"I think a good coach, a good manager must do this, not only to win or to buy the best players in the world".

"I felt we were in the game and it was a really delicate balance between how much you commit to the attack and how much you leave yourself vulnerable in certain areas".

Wing back Marcos Alonso, who scored the third Chelsea goal at Bournemouth, said: 'We have seven finals left, every game is going to be massive, we are going to have to play each game as the last one'.

"I like the pressure, if I don't see pressure I put pressure", said Conte. Every team needs to defeat the team on top of the table. We're experiencing a great season but we need it to turn into an excellent season.

"I think we saw last week, we defended very well, we were compact together, we are conceding more goals but credit to the other teams as well", he said.

Adam Smith's weird own goal floored Bournemouth from the off, though Joshua King did fire his 13th league goal of the season, albeit via a deflection.

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