Chelsea made yet another big step towards winning the Premier League by beating Bournemouth away from home, but their manager insists they are still far from ‘smelling’ the title.
We don’t have an easy schedule, we know this. It’s important to go game by game. I don’t smell the title, because there are seven games to go
Antonio Conte told reporters after yesterday’s 3-1 at Bournemouth, which wasn’t as easy as some may think.
After the defeat against Crystal Palace, which we didn’t deserve, we played [Manchester] City when we could have dropped points, and today we could have dropped points, but instead we won both games
the Chelsea manager said, before ‘reminding’ everyone of Tottenham and their own fight to win the title.
We have to continue in this way to play game by game and be focused and concentrated, because for sure Tottenham have a great desire to win the title. We must have the same desire
were Conte’s words. Last the Italian manager answered a question about pressure, and how he’s dealing with it, saying
I like the pressure, I live with pressure. If I don’t see pressure, I put pressure on. Pressure brings the best out of you