Chelsea Beat Leicester City 2-1 At King Power Stadium

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Chelsea Beat Leicester City 2-1 At King Power Stadium

As per the BBC, the chant in question is anti-Semitic and targeted at Chelsea's arch-rivals Tottenham.

Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte, praised his team after the game saying the scoreline didn't reflect their performance. "Now we must have patience to give him the possibility to improve his form, but I am pleased for him because after a bad injury it's great to see him with us", said Conte.

"But the language in that song is not acceptable at all".

Chelsea are back in Champions League action on Tuesday, where they face Azerbaijan's Qarabag at Stamford Bridge and Conte said he would be patient with Hazard.

The visitors pressed home their advantage after the break as former Foxes midfielder N'Golo Kante, gifted time and space space, drilled home a drive from 30 yards. Two minutes later Alvaro Morata could have scored, but fluffed his lines as he failed to control a fine chipped pass from Fabregas, with a grateful Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel picking up the pieces.

Chelsea (16/1 - add to your betslip) are next up - with Liverpool (20/1 - add to your betslip) following behind.

Jamie Vardy pulled one back for Leicester from the penalty spot.

"To do win three wins in a row is important for the players".

"But if he scores, I am very happy".

"We were in a good position at 2-0 but suffered to the end".

The Belgium forward missed Chelsea's opening three Premier League games due to an ankle injury after the number 10 suffered a fracture during worldwide duty in May.

"First of all, I want to tell you that I don't like to speak about players of other teams because it is a lack of respect", he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

'It was a tough game, ' he said.

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