Chelsea boss Conte 'disappointed' after Norwich stalemate

Kristopher Nichols
January 7, 2018

Antonio Conte praised Kenedy and defended Michy Batshuayi after Chelsea's FA Cup draw at Norwich.

However, it was more about desperately hanging on as Chelsea tried to salvage progress, with Zappacosta firing just wide in injury-time, drawing proud cheers from the Carrow Road crowd at the final whistle as trip to Stamford Bridge was teed up.

Having dominated the first half, the East Anglian side found themselves on the back foot after the interval, but Chelsea couldn't find a breakthrough. We knew the difficulty of the game.

"I believe in my players".

"It's a pity because we wanted to win the game, instead we have to play another game". Norwich deserve to have another game. These are the rules though. Normally in 10 games Chelsea will win eight times and it's perhaps one time a draw - but that means there's one special day where you are able to create something special and we're looking forward to doing this.

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"For us it is a small problem as we have to play another game when the schedule is very busy". We are talking about a young striker who can become one of the best in the world in the future.

Norwich responded with their own attack and nearly took the lead from a 70th minute free-kick which was punched away by Caballero with Murphy's followup volley hitting a Blues player.

The article claimed the club would be afraid of criticism, while Roman Abramovich respects the history the defender has for them.

Drinkwater stung Gunn's gloves in the 82nd minutes after a Zimmermann headed clearance dropped favourably 20 yards out, before Norwich threw on Nelson Oliveira and Yanic Wildschut to try and find a victor in the closing stages.

Chelsea must now turn their attention to their EFL Cup semi-final first leg against Arsenal on Wednesday.

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