Antonio Conte was in disappointed mood after his Chelsea side came from behind to take the lead late on at the Emirates, only for Hector Bellerin to score a late equaliser in an exciting game.
The game was 0-0 at half time, before Jack Wilshere opened he scoring for the Gunners. Eden Hazard equalised through a contentious penalty before full back Marcos Alonso put the Blues into the lead late on. However at the end of an exciting game, Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin fired past Thibaut Courtois to ensure the spoils were shared.
The Italian admitted there was ‘a lot of disappointment’ after the result after taking the lead so late on in the game, despite gaining what he described as a ‘good result’ and a ‘good performance’.
He did not comment on the penalty decision, which saw Eden Hazard go down under minimal contact from match winner Bellerin, after he claimed that he didn’t see it (Are you Wenger in disguise?). However he did question whether Jack Wilshere should have been on the pitch after he should have been given two yellow cards.