There are suggestions that the West London outfit Chelsea can still finish in the top four of the English Premier League as they play their fixtures against Burnley later on Monday. We understand it's a football game. We have to try in the Premier League, we have to try in the Europa League.
Maurizio Sarri's side came into the game knowing a win would send them into third place in the Premier League, but were quickly down a goal when Jeff Hendrick smashed a first-time volley from a poor clearance past Kepa Arrizabalaga to give Burnley an unlikely early lead.
"They've been first class, 28 points in 16 games, you can't anti-football that".
Chelsea are now left battling for fourth place in the Premier League and are through to the semi-finals of the Europa League, courtesy of a 5-3 aggregate win over Slavia Prague, leaving two paths open for next season's Champions League.
Play was also held up towards the end while Burnley players received treatment for cramp.
Sean Dyche dismissed Chelsea centre back David Luiz's accusation that Burnley played "anti-football" to pick up a point at Stamford Bridge.
Insisting Chelsea are working to resolve those second half shortcomings, Kante said: "It's just something that has happened many times this season and something we need to manage a bit better".
'It's anti-football. Losing time all the time, especially when you have the ball.
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"I think at the beginning of the game it was a good feeling to score three goals like this".
'They were playing 11 inside the box.
After the game Dyche made a light-hearted effort to play down the ugly scenes as "handbags, bumbags, manbags", but did confirm he had sought out Zola at half-time to raise the issue of Sarri encroaching on the Burnley technical area.
Sarri reiterated his belief that Olivier Giroud should stay at the club, pointing out that he had played more games than was commonly perceived.
"And so we can see some very odd results in the last part of the season; we have to fight and to see at the end". It's hard to score against a team like that'.
"At the moment we can not choose", he said.
Burnley head to the Bridge with their Premier League safety nearly secured and Clarets boss Sean Dyche is intrigued to see how teenage winger Dwight O'Neil copes with his growing reputation.
"In my day, hand bags, man bags, bum bags, I don't know what you're allowed to call it without offending anyone anymore".
I think the most important thing is to do our way and be consistent, because for our final objective we need to continue improving.