"We forced them to play these long balls, but when they played them from their own half of the pitch, it's less unsafe".
The Blues have struggled to keep place with the Premier League's top four in recent weeks, but they started to make up ground on Spurs as they beat Burnley on Thursday - 48 hours after Mauricio Pochettino's men were held by Brighton and Hove Albion.
It was much the same story for the first 10 minutes of the second half, the Clarets winning the battle for territory but failing to test Thibaut Courtois.
"I want to carry on the good momentum because I was unbeaten at Wembley with Arsenal and I want to do it with Chelsea too".
"Alvaro was angry, not with the substitution but with the chance he missed during the game".
Asked if Emerson was physically ready to start on Sunday, Conte explained: 'At the moment it's very hard to answer this question because as you know very well Emerson didn't play many games.
"Alvaro must be angry, because when you have the chance to score you have to score and it can change your confidence", he told a post-match news conference.
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Burnley looked for a second equaliser, but Chelsea were more likely to find a third with Davide Zappacosta out of luck.
But the form and frustrations of Morata also caught the eye, the £60 million (Dh309.9m) Spain global squandering a glorious one-on-one opportunity with the score at 1-0, then being hooked for Eden Hazard shortly after Chelsea reclaimed the lead. Since I have been in England everyone talks about the Premier League but the FA Cup is massive as well. He and Alex Ferguson, we're talking about the last two managers to stay for such a long time in a club.
Chelsea trail Spurs by five points with just four games remaining but the win kept alive their slim hopes of a late push for the final Champions League slot. I signed here to win trophies.
The Italian is said to be looking for a fresh challenge next season, and with Chelsea set to end the campaign outside the top four, Roman Abramovich has reportedly made the 59-year-old his preferred candidate to replace Conte.
The west London side lost 4-1 to La Liga giants FC Barcelona in the Champions League round of 16 last month.