Super Eagles star, Victor Moses' performance in Chelsea's thrilling 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Wednesday night has been rated average by British tabloid, Daily Mail, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
"I knew before the game that the last 20 minutes could be hard for us because we have a big disadvantage with the schedule", Wenger said, referencing having to play on Sunday while Chelsea enjoyed a further day's rest.
The draw leaves the Blues third in the Premier League standings ahead of Saturday's FA Cup clash with Norwich City at Carrow Road.
"It is not a lucky period for him", Conte told a news conference.
"Today he had chances but this is football".
"It's a pity because he had many chances to score but, at the same time, I'm very happy for his effort and commitment".
"For the striker it's very important to score and in this case your confidence can go down". He has to continue to work and improve.
Jack Wilshere gave Arsenal a 63rd-minute lead but Bellerin's trip on Eden Hazard gave the Belgian wizard the chance to level from the penalty spot four minutes later. There was still time for Chelsea substitute Davide Zappacosta to hit the crossbar but defeat would have been harsh on Arsenal which had 14 goal attempts to Chelsea's 19.
"Instead we are talking about a draw against a good team, but in this game we deserved to win as we created a lot of chances".