Despite a valiant performance at Stamford Bridge Paul Clement‘s side Swansea left the West London stadium with a 3-1 defeat yesterday.
The English manager didn’t want to talk about the “clear” penalty that, if awarded, could change the history of the game but, like a real sport-man and gentleman, praised the Blues for their performance and their impressive season:
“Chelsea could have scored more and probably deserved the win but at 1-1 it was game on. Based on chances they deserved to win, but that was a big moment that didn’t go our way, and who knows what might have happened?
“We defended resolutely but the second goal was a soft one.
“The third goal was quality. They have fantastic players in Kante, Hazard and Costa. They are a young side and are in good form but in three or four years they could be formidable.”