Conte admits Chelsea's draw against Westham has summed up the season


Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte has admitted that Chelsea's 1-1 draw against West Ham has summed up their season and also brought down their chances of a top four finish in the Premier League.

The Blues after dominating the match at Stamford Bridge only had a draw to take home following Cesar Azpilicueta's first-half goal and an equaliser from Javier Hernandez.

However Chelsea's striker, Alvaro Morata had two goals counted as offside while West Ham keeper, Joe Hart suddenly began to display a brighter form.

Within three minutes of coming on as a second-half substitute, Javier Hernandez swept in an equaliser to snatch a point for West Ham.

"We must be frustrated with this game, for the final result," Conte said. "But I think this game describes very clearly our season.

"This season we have struggled and this game describes our season. In many games you have good performances, you create chances, but if you are not clinical...

"How many times have I said we didn't take the chances? A lot of times, and then with one chance we conceded a goal."

The former English champions now sits 10 points behind Tottenham and Blues boss Conte has admitted that the match has decided the club's fate for the season.

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