Ghanaian worldwide, Daniel Amartey, played the entire duration as his team Leicester City held Chelsea to a fascinating goalless draw game at the Stamford Bridge on Saturday. "We didn't play well but that's when we need the fans behind us", the 25-year-old told Sky Sports.
"The ambition is not just for us to score but to continue to play after scoring and to always keep good ambition in our play". "We suffered a lot in the first half and at the start of the second half but when I made a decision to put fresh energy the game changed".
Their double substitution with less than an hour on the clock highlighted the home side's struggles to find a way through this Leicester defence - even tired, those two had been Chelsea's most likely route towards a goal against the run of play in a first half dominated by the Foxes.
Conte says our attacking struggles are down to the whole team and not any one individual.
Chelsea received a massive boost of confidence 68 minutes in, when Leicester left back Chilwell was sent off for a second yellow card after lunging in on Victor Moses.
Nevertheless, Chelsea's manager gave Morata and Batshuayi his backing on Friday, insisting the club is prepared to be patient with both men. "We didn't suffer defensively and we tried to win the game but I think at the end a draw was fair". I am happy in what I am doing now and what I did in the past.
Conte had earlier spoken of his "great admiration" for Sanchez, who has only six months remaining on his Arsenal contract and has been strongly linked with a move to one of the two Manchester clubs. I never see this type of mistake in the Premier League before.
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Jordan Ayew's header on the hour mark had given the basement side the lead, but that was cancelled out eight minutes later by Newcastle substitute Joselu's low finish.