Antonio Conte Gets Into Premier League History And Breaks An All-Time Record

Chelsea has had a great win yesterday, Saturday, in the Premier League Matchday 35 where Chelsea has won away from home, at the Liberty Stadium in Wales, against Swansea City 1-0 where Cesc Fabregas’s goal gave Chelsea the three points to keep the top four race going with their London neighbor club, Tottenham Hotspurs.

After Chelsea’s 1-0 win against Swansea City who are fighting relegation, Antonio Conte, Chelsea’s manager, has broken an all-time historical record and got into the Premier League history after reaching his 50th Premier League win since his arrival to England last season, in the season of 2016/2017 from the Italian national team to the Blues Chelsea FC.

According to Sky Sports, Antonio Conte is the third fastest Premier League manager to reach this milestone after the Portuguese manager, Jose Mourinho, who reached this record with Chelsea FC with 63 matches and he is managing Manchester United now, and then the Spanish manager, Pep Guardiola, who reached this milestone as well with his current team, Manchester City after 69 matches, after arriving last season as well from the Bundesliga Bavarian giant, Bayern Munich.

On the other hand, Antonio Conte is the first ever Italian manager to reach this milestone in the Premier League which makes it an all-time historical personal record for Antonio Conte after reaching it on the Matchday 36 in his second season in the English league, Premier League after 73 matches with the Blues Chelsea.

Knowing that Antonio Conte may be leaving the Stamford Bridge next season as he is having issues with the owners and board who refused to fund his transfer requests at the beginning of the season, which led to the shaky performance of the team and failing to compete for the Premier League and Champions League, and being in the fifth place so far in the Premier League and may miss the Champions League football next season.


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