Saturday, February 25, 2017

Antonio Conte: 'Chelsea dominated against Swansea City' © SilverHub By Barney Corkhill, Staff Reporter Filed: Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 18:19 UK Last Updated: Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 18:19 UK Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has claimed that his side thoroughly deserved their 3-1 victory over relegation-threatened Swansea City this afternoon. The Premier League leaders moved 11 points clear at the top of the table courtesy of goals from Cesc Fabregas, Pedro and Diego Costa at Stamford Bridge. Swansea had looked like making things difficult for the champions-elect when Fernando Llorente equalised right on the stroke of half time, but Conte was in no doubt that the right team won. content continues after the advert "For sure we dominated the game. We played very well, it was a good performance and we created many chances to score," he told BBC Sport. "We conceded at the end of the first half, after the time was finished, so in this case there was a bit of luck, but we showed great character in the second half. "We deserved a lot to win the game, now it's important to continue in this way. To look at ourselves and to think to win, to continue with great focus and concentration." Chelsea have now won their last 12 matches at Stamford Bridge across all competitions. Read Next: Marco Silva 'frustrated' by Burnley draw> Did You Know? Despite his success with Chelsea, Didier Drogba gave himself a back up plan. Before starting his career he got certified as an accountant at Le Mans. Did You Know? Despite having the smallest population of any nation, Vatican City established a professional national soccer team in 2002 but they are not a FIFA member. Did You Know? FIFA banned the exchange of shirts at the 1986 World Cup because they thought it was inappropriate for men to “expose their upper bodies” on the field. Did You Know? India lost 2-1 to France in Soccer at the 1948 London Olympics, which isn’t so bad considering most of their players played barefoot. Did You Know? India was forced to pull out of playing in the 1950 World Cup because FIFA would not grant their request to let them play without shoes. Enter your email address to subscribe to Sports Mole's free daily transfer newsletter! Sent twice a day during the transfer window. View our h

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