Arsene Wenger thought Marcos Alonso's goal was a foul
Alonso climbed well to beat Hector Bellerin in the air to nod home, but Arsene Wenger claimed the goal was a foul and should not have stood.
However, Antonio Conte has dismissed Wenger's claims, insisting there was nothing wrong with the goal.
Antonio Conte does not think Marcos Alonso's goal was a foul
"In England, never. No," Conte said.
Goals from Eden Hazard and former Gunners man Cesc Fabregas made sure of the win, despite a late consolation from Olivier Giroud.
The win means Chelsea have now moved 12 points clear at the top of the Premier League.
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Wenger said: It was a foul. If you look at a number of games recently we can feel sorry.
"It was 100 per cent a foul, it was even dangerous play. That doesn't take anything away from the performance of Chelsea.
"We had a strong start but didn't take the opportunities and after half time the second goal was the killer for us."