Kante Looking To Reignite Drinkwater Partnership At Chelsea

Kante Looking To Reignite Drinkwater Partnership At Chelsea

A big plus for Kante has been seeing his former Leicester team-mate Danny Drinkwater, who missed the game with a calf strain, join on deadline day in a £30million deal.

Kante made the decision to postpone his entry into Europe's elite club competition by moving from Leicester City to Chelsea in the summer of 2016, and after the match the France worldwide said the experience had been worth the wait.

"We did well last season and now we have to play in the Champions League". "It was something that I used to watch when I was young and to play now with Chelsea here at Stamford Bridge is special".

"Some players joined the club but it is like in every club".

But when Conte's comments were put to him following Chelsea's 6-0 Champions League demolition of Qarabag on Tuesday, Kante was reluctant to dwell on last season's individual achievements. He left now, he plays for United but Bakayoko has come and I think he's a good player, and that we can do very well with him.

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"I hope it could be something like Leicester or even more".

The midfielder took home PFA Players' Player of the Year, Premier League Player of the Season and Football Writers' Player of the Year honours last season for his displays in the heart of Chelsea's midfield as they marched to the title. "We know how they play, and we fight to win". He played a really fantastic game. "But people know how we play, so we have to find the solution", said Kante.

"I think maybe in England you don't know him very well but he started to score [already]", Kante said of Lacazette.

"We did a special year together in Leicester to win the league".

Speaking after Kante scored the winning goal in Chelsea's 2-1 victory over Leicester City on Saturday, Conte said the France worldwide had become a "top player" and was justifying the decisions of both the Professional Footballers' Association and Football Writers' Association to name him the best player in the Premier League in 2016-17. I think now he is very good with the ball.

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