“It is not easy for me.
It is not an easy thing to do, but I am a good team player and I want to do it for the team.”
He added: “I am a young player, so I want the best for the club, for the city, for my family.
I think that is something that I will have to work hard for. “
I think I have a very good chance to win the trophy and the Champions League.
In the previous edition of the Champions Leagues, Chelsea beat Everton 4-1 on penalties to clinch the Premier League title, but it was a frustrating night for coach Antonio Conte. “
But if I can do that, I will be happy.”
In the previous edition of the Champions Leagues, Chelsea beat Everton 4-1 on penalties to clinch the Premier League title, but it was a frustrating night for coach Antonio Conte.
“We are not playing well and I can’t blame the referee,” Conte told reporters on Friday.
“We had to wait a long time to get the first goal, which is not good.”‘
It’s not a good feeling’Conte’s side had a difficult night, with just one shot on target.
The Blues conceded the first two goals in the game, before the hosts’ keeper, John Ruddy, made a fantastic save to deny Roberto Martinez from close range after Antonio Rudiger had scored Everton’s second.
“We have to be strong in the air and we have to keep calm.
It is the first game of the season, so it is not a big difference,” Conme said.
“It’s a little bit difficult, but we can take it, and we are working hard to be better in the next game.”
Liverpool’s Luis Suarez is a regular target of Conte, who is trying to get his side back on track after their disastrous Europa League exit from Russia in November.
He also has a back-up goalkeeper in the form of James McCarthy, who has kept two clean sheets in the Premier Leagues so far this season.
But Conte said he was “not surprised” that Liverpool were playing so well.
Liverpool have scored 12 goals in four matches against Conte’s men this season, but are yet to win in the league, having lost their last two.
This will be Conte ‘s first Champions League game since he took charge in October.
Conte has won six of his last seven league games in charge of Liverpool, while his side have not conceded a goal in their last four away matches.