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“The ball wasn’t going to go into the goal” sighs Conte of shock loss to Palace

Date Posted,April 2, 2017

Worryingly for Antonio Conte, all his defeats this season have come in London.

So, with Manchester City coming to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, there is every chance that the hole blown into Chelsea‘s title charge by Crystal Palace on Saturday could be widened further still.

No wonder Conte had the air of a man still reeling afterwards without knowing exactly what had hit him when he met the media.

He will spend Monday with his players, taking another look at the DVD of a 2-1 defeat which could have been worse.

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