He added: "This league wasn't finished before Saturday's game and it is not finished now".
Sam Allardyce's men have now won four Premier League matches in a row.
But that picture changed quite drastically on Saturday when the Blues were beaten 2-1 by Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge. "The work that we did was unbelievable and we had sometimes some luck, but I think we deserved to win this game".
The bad news for Chelsea is that much more hard competition looms midweek as Manchester City visit Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
"In England an easy game does not exist and the game is very tough if the name of your opposition team is City or another team". For sure there was something, but I think it's right also to accept the decision of the referee.
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Wilfried Zaha spearheaded Palace's daring attacking display, cancelling out Cesc Fabregas's fifth-minute opener before setting up striker Christian Benteke for the victor moments later.
The Blues require 21 points from the final nine games to be certain of the title. "It makes it more interesting".
While Chelsea still boast a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League title, they remain the favourites for the title in Conte's first season in charge.
"We faced a team today with strong players".
'If I were at the top of the Premier League, like Chelsea, and I see that Tottenham are getting points, I'd be getting a tiny bit more anxious when I play City and United, ' Henry told Sky Sports.
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The words "rearguard performance" were invented for showings such as this, and Allardyce highlighted just how impressive Palace's win was after the game.
Crystal Palace pulled off a stunning 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge and Cundy believes that Pedro being at wing-back left the team without balance and specifically contributed towards the visitors' second goal, which proved to be decisive.
Chelsea created many chances for the remainder of the game but couldn't find the net.
"Our plan how we wanted to play has been one of the keys to why we won".
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