"This wasn't right, the way they lost their composure after the red card", Conte said during his post-match press conference.
The champions were on the back foot after just 14 minutes when they were reduced to 10 men as Gary Cahill was shown a straight red card for a lunge on Steven Defour. Despite this we also saw the great spirit and great commitment of my players and we must be very proud of this.
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Brian Kerr was on commentary duty for Premier League Live with Sky Sports at Stamford Bridge, and was hugely critical of Chelsea's transfer policy, which he says is leaving Chelsea short in several areas.
The Chelsea boss was also without the injured trio of Pedro, Eden Hazard and recent arrival Tiemoue Bakayoko, although new striker Alvaro Morata impressed as a second-half substitute, scoring one goal and setting up another for David Luiz. "I wanted to win here, not to send a message".
The fiery 28-year-old striker has remained in his birthplace Brazil for much of the summer holidays, where he's been seen partying and playing beach soccer.
Antonio Rudiger has called on his Chelsea team-mates to make amends for their shock loss against Burnley by bouncing back against title rivals Tottenham next weekend.
Watford captain Troy Deeney is expected to be fit for the game.
The Blues cruise with a makeshift lineup while Burnley continue their away struggles from last season. "This role is the most difficult to adapt to then the other roles".
No chance mate. Very little of stuff that's "all over Twitter" is actually true. "That is something that we've got to continue to work on".