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Calm Chelsea have experience to win title: Begovic

20 April 2017, 06:50 | Charlene Valdez

Calm Chelsea have experience to win title: Begovic

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Jamie Carragher has urged Tottenham to finally secure a trophy under Mauricio Pochettino and believes it would be a "travesty" if they failed. "But now we are focusing on fighting our opponents when we play". It means the coach wasn't able to transfer the right concentration, desire, ambition to win this type of game.

"We have to think that there are six finals from now until the end".

"We'll bounce back", the Bosnian shot-stopper added.

Conte accepted that his team "deserved" to lose and said the outcome of the match was his fault for failing to sufficiently motivate his players.

So, according to Conte, we have a Chelsea side lacking motivation and a Tottenham team that are the best in the country and with a chance of glory.

Conte insisted the pressure would not get to him.

"I prefer to fight for the title instead of don't fight for the title and stay calm". We are lucky to have the pressure.


Pochettino said, "I think we learned a lot".

"We must have great enthusiasm to play these last six games, with patience and a great will to fight".

"This team is too good not to win things".

While he displayed commendable leadership qualities in that Premier League encounter, it was the performance of others which captured the headlines. These three points were phenomenal.

"The second reason is they are the leader". Of course it's a different league but if you get some minutes you learn. We still have a four-point advantage which at the beginning of the season we would have taken at this stage. The "blues" came to Old Trafford with only one aim: to pick up those three crucial points. "They are feeling the possibility to write the history and it is important to know this", he said. Starting in his place was 19-year-old Marcus Rashford, who, with his direct running and impressive work rate terrorised the Chelsea defence all game long, scoring a well-taken opener for good measure as well.

Conte refused to comment on rumours the Belgian had suffered the injury playing basketball.

They say you don't win anything with kids, but Spurs are on the brink of proving everyone wrong.



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