After blaming himself for not giving the right motivation in today’s game at Old Trafford against Manchester United, with the Blues losing 2-0, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte blamed also referee Robert Madley, that didn’t see Ander Herrera handball in the building up of the first goal, claiming it’s not the first time his side have suffered from wrong decisions in recent weeks.
“Last game against Bournemouth we conceded a goal in a same situation, against Palace a clear handball, against Stoke a penalty with great doubt,” the Blues boss said in his post match press conference.
“This is not important. It is important to find the right solution.
“But the decision of the referee wasn’t good for us. We were unlucky.
“Conte also took full responsibility for the result which leaves Chelsea’s lead at the top at four points.”