Chelsea wasted a chance to move level on points with second placed Manchester United as Everton maintained their improvement under Sam Allardyce in a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park on Saturday.Chelsea’s coach from Italy Antonio Conte attends a press conference in Baku on November 21, 2017 on the eve of the UEFA Champions League Group C football match between Qarabag FK and Chelsea FC. / AFP PHOTO
It marked a sixth game unbeaten for Everton under former England boss Allardyce, but Chelsea’s failure to convert possession into goals will not have pleased Blues manager Antonio Conte.
Conte has already conceded his inconsistent team won’t be able to defend the Premier League title and this was another frustrating afternoon for the Italian as the Blues squandered their territorial dominance.
Chelsea remain third and are 13 points behind leaders Manchester City, who play Bournemouth later on Saturday.
Initially, it looked like being an encouraging day for Conte as Chelsea quickly established a pattern of complete dominance.

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