"In the first half Leicester ran more than us, they played better than us".
"We played with nearly the same players as against Arsenal".
It's not often players hit back at their fans and unfortunately for Courtois he can probably expect some backlash for his comments.
The Chelsea manager has heaped praise on Vardy for his goalscoring abilities, but stressed that the west London club were never interested in signing the England worldwide.
Chilwell's 68th-minute dismissal for two yellow cards allowed Chelsea to push forwards and Kasper Schmeichel saved Marcos Alonso's stoppage-time free-kick.
"For sure, everyone is frustrated after another 0-0", said Conte. Their team had thrashed Stoke 5-0 in their final Premier League home game of 2017 but Chelsea have badly missed that creativity, cutting edge and ruthlessness in front of goal since the turn of the year.
"But it's not excuse, Leicester had more intensity than us and more aggression, they started very offensive and pressed us high up the pitch".
WATFORD, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 26: Jamie Vardy of Leicester City celebrates the opening goal scored by Riyad Mahrez during the Premier League match between Watford and Leicester City at Vicarage Road on December 26, 2017 in Watford, England.
With most of Leicester City's first choice players now fit and charged, Puel also has the luxury of fielding a fully fit side as opposed to Conte, who will have a relatively exhausted set of players to pick from. This caused Leicester's full-backs more problems and probably contributed to the game's key moment: Foxes' left-back Chilwell was sent off for two bookable challenges, first on right-winger Willian and then on right-wing-back Moses.
"We will see in this game". But with Morata struggling to find the net, Chelsea need an extra goal threat in their forward line.
"I'm going to go with another draw in this game too, because Arsenal are pretty inconsistent away from home - which is a worry".
"There is something unusual that after the first game we lost against Burnley, the press pushed quickly to sack me".
In a game All Whites captain Winston Reid didn't feature in, Irons captain Mark Noble broke the deadlock on 25 minutes but Joe Lolley levelled with an 18-yard effort before West Ham regained the lead just 11 seconds after the restart when Marko Arnautovic latched onto a flick by Cheikhou Kouyate.