Arsenal defeat a turning point for Chelsea's title tilt - Conte

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"For sure this type of situation is very risky, your mind goes to the people in this situation".

"We had a bad performance at Liverpool, which I never denied, and that should be even a greater motivation for us to turn up with a quality performance on Sunday", the Frenchman said. This is the best way. We stayed with the national team and we (Italy) had to play against Belgium. "Many tickets were sold through touts and this is very disappointing".

Wenger expanded on his point stating that playing away doesn't really matter, but rather how much you want to win the game. "To have this type of patience for him is paying off". He is very close to be totally fit and we have to continue in this way. Don't forget I have to make the best decision for the team, for the players.

"He's working very hard to improve this weakness". I think that I trust myself and my idea, in my methods.

"I don't understand why they can't fight for the title, they lost only one player in [Alex Oxlade-] Chamberlain but kept all the rest". When you play against Arsenal it is always a massive game. I think he has great experience, great global experience, and we are happy to have him in our team.

Morata slightly edges things at present, with three goals in five appearances compared to Lacazette's return of two, and Merson believes the 24-year-old will prove to be a shrewd addition for the Blues and the Premier League. We tried to change the game, then a red card, with 10 men we drew, but then we concede another goal.

It's now 13 years since Arsenal were last champions of England and they began their 2017/18 campaign with a narrow and entertaining 4-3 win over Leicester City at the Emirates.

"When you start the game you try to keep always the right discipline".

Thousands of Cologne fans brought traffic to a halt in central London in the late afternoon/early evening, as they began their journey to the game. I'm pleased for him. And Conte has revealed that a calf problem is proving a hindrance at the moment. "And in two, three weeks, four weeks, I don't know".

Ronald Koeman's side are looking to bounce back from a chastening 3-0 defeat at home to Tottenham Hotspur, while Jose Mourinho's new-look United have yet to drop a point at home.

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