Chelsea contingency keep feet on ground

Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte Chelsea side have won 21 of their 27 Premier League games this season

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte told his players to “keep their feet on a ground” after they kick West Ham 2-1 on Monday to take another large step towards a Premier League title.

The Blues lead second-placed Tottenham by 10 points with 11 games left.

Supporters were singing “we’re going to win a league” during London Stadium, though Conte said: “We contingency consider we have to take 26 points. We go step by step.”

Those points would meant a sum of 92 – a limit Spurs can amass is 89.

Italian Conte, in his entrance Premier League season, added: “We contingency consider each competition will wish to kick us from now until a end.

“To dream is good, though it’s critical to keep a feet on a ground.”

Despite his side recording their 21st joining win of a season, Conte pronounced he was unhappy with them surrender opposite West Ham late in a game.

Eden Hazard finished off a renew in a 25th notation to give Chelsea a lead before Diego Costa done it 2-0 from tighten operation 5 mins after a restart.

However, Manuel Lanzini’s stoppage-time strike done it an nervous final few seconds for a Blues.

“To give divided a purify piece during a finish is not good,” Conte said.

“We contingency urge in this conditions – though I’m pleased. We showed good thoroughness and joining and will to win.”

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic does not design their London rivals to trip adult in a run-in.

“They demeanour serious. For me they are not going to remove that. we can’t see them being casual,” a former Croatia defender said.

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