Chelsea were lucky to secure a narrow 1-0 victory against a stubborn Swansea with the only goal coming through German defender Antonio Rudiger header.
Though the game seemed to be heading to a goalless draw, leading to frustration on the side of the defending who understands that a draw will eventually make them lose points, after Arsenal had recorded an impressive performance against Huddersfield.
The frustration led to Chelsea manager condemning and protesting the referees decision, which led to the Italian been sent off from the touchline by referee Neil Swarbrick.
The former Juventus manager had to watch the rest of the match from a television feed in the dressing room after disputing Swarbrick’s decision not to award a corner when the game was still goalless.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte however apologised later to Neil Swarbick for protesting the referees decision, stating that he was frustrated.