David Luiz scored a great free-kick to put Chelsea ahead 24 minutes into the game, and it wasn’t just about the free-kick, but the manner in which it was played.
No one envisaged Luiz will play the free-kick; Willian lined up to kick, while Luiz was far away, and the Brazilian defender walked casually to the ball, had a little communication with Willian, and we saw the ball in the net.
Speaking about that, Conte said: “Between Willi and David Luiz there is a great feeling. He kicked a great free-kick. I’m pleased for David because he is playing very well.
“It’s important for him to forget this goal and keep the concentration for the next game against Arsenal.”