Chelsea 0-0 Leicester: Watch highlights as hosts escape with draw

Danny Woods
January 16, 2018

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But Conte felt the Spaniard was not at fault for his goals drying up, having netted 12 for them in all competitions already this season, and felt the issue ran across the team.

The pair's war of words began when Mourinho seemingly labelled some of his contemporaries - without naming any individuals - "clowns" for their behaviour on the touchline, to which Conte suggested the Portuguese coach was referring to himself.

"Listen, I think he's done fantastic and I like him". "We are not talking about my work". It is normal for the manager of the club to have this situation.

The Italian still has the Blues in third place in the league this season.

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"It's important that the fans must know that we want to play out from the back", the Belgium goalkeeper added. "But I am more happy in what I am doing now".

But Chelsea soon showed signs of getting to grips with the game, Alvaro Morata pulling a save from Schmeichel after charging in along the byline, while the Dane did well to tip a fierce Fabregas drive over three minutes before half-time. Then we tried to win the game. "I hope today I can score and help the team. But at the end I think the result was fair". I don't think it's about the transfer window for us or the other teams close to us - Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham. (Against Leicester there) was too much of that.

The first half was very open and Victor Moses had an early effort blocked before Leicester took a firm grip on the game. 9' - Chance for Leicester!

Chilwell carved out the first opportunity inside the first 10 minutes as he raced forwards and pulled the ball back for Shinji Okazaki, who fired over the bar.

Chilwell set up Shinji Okazaki, who poked his shot wide before Jamie Vardy, restored to the Leicester line-up following injury, shot into the side-netting.

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