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Antonio Conte has claimed hat it will be “nice and good” for his Tottenham side to face Chelsea.
Spurs progressed into the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday after beating West Ham 2-1.
Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura scored for Spurs, while Jarrod Bowen scored for the Hammers.
After the game Conte’s men were drawn to face Chelsea, a team that the Italian coached and won the Premier League with.
When asked about a tie with his old side, Conte said he will look forward to the clash.
“Maybe if I was to decide it would be just one leg mainly because of the situation we’re living. It will be nice and good to play Chelsea.
“I enjoyed a good time at Chelsea and enjoyed my time there, but now I’m at Tottenham.”
Source – TBR