Conte says West Ham draw sums up Chelsea's season

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The Hammers grabbed a battling point at Chelsea on Sunday, in which Hart impressed, to give themselves a healthy six-point cushion above the relegation zone.

For much of the first half, the east Londoners did look second best, with Chelsea seemingly more risky with every attack. 'Next Monday against Stoke is our game of the season now.

A second-half goal from Javier Hernandez helped West Ham claim a point at Stamford Bridge, with the result taking the club six points clear of safety in the Premier League table.

"And I think in these last two games he's showed that".

It was only a temporary reprieve for West Ham as Conte's men took a 36th-minute lead from the resulting short corner.Victor Moses scooped a cross towards Morata and he headed down to Azpilicueta, who controlled before poking a soft shot past Hart for his first goal since October.

"I think we begged for the goal, and in the second half, or even in the first half we could have finished the game, but like the last few months we couldn't, and we conceded at the end", he told Sky Sports News.

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Welbeck's victor came nine minutes from time, but there was still plenty of action to unfold at the Emirates as first Saints centre-back Jack Stephens and then Arsenal's Mohamed Elneny were sent off for separate incidents.

West Ham midfielder Cheikhou Kouyaté has come under fire from the club's fans after Sunday's Premier League clash against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Instead we are talking about a draw.

"Whoever plays Chelsea needs a good goalkeeper because they always make chances".

Hazard again was the catalyst for the next attack, this time playing a neat one-two with Fabregas down the left before cutting the ball back for Morata, whose clever back-heel dribbled wide of the far post. "About what? I like to continue to say "we need to continue to work and improve", but you must win this game if you want to reach a target", the Italian replied when asked about finishing in the top four.

"Some of our players had heavy legs but we still won the game when we were questioned, I really like the spirit in this team", said manager Arsene Wenger. Patrice Evra came in and did a very good job off the bench.