Three ways Chelsea have improved under Antonio Conte this season
Chelsea have had a great start to the season and are firmly placed in the top four after eleven matches. Antonio Conte took some time to get used to the Premier League and took the brave decision to move to a 3-4-3 formation, but it has instantly paid off.
Their performance against Everton was one of the best ever witnessed in recent years, as they excelled at both ends. Earlier in the season, their back-to-back defeats against Liverpool and Arsenal suggested that there was still some way to go before they were title contenders again.
However, it allowed Conte to move to a system that suited his players more and he deserves credit for that.
I will now discuss three ways in which Chelsea have improved this season.
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