Diego Costa scores late strike as Conte win first match of BPL

Diego Costa swung a right boot, more in distress than desire. The night was not going to arrange by any stretch of the imagination. There was a moment to go and Chelsea were on the edge. Not of triumph, despite the fact that not so much of catastrophe, it is possible that; this was not really a reverberation of last season. Be that as it may, they were ready to drop focuses to West Ham at home. What's more, that is bad around these parts. It would constitute an unpropitious begin for chief Antonio Conte. So Costa attempted his good fortune. Michy Batshuayi, a £33million marking however a late landing from the seat here, headed the ball down. Costa brought it under control and shot. The ball voyaged low, through the legs of James Collins. It implied Adrian, the West Ham goalkeeper, saw it late. Past the point of no return. In at the far corner it went. The amusement would be won, all things considered. The Conte time was set for a flyer. As was Conte. Should Costa have been on the field? All things considered, that is another story. Booked in the main half for contradiction, he ought to have gotten a second yellow for a late rush on Adrian with 25 minutes to go. The ball was a decent yard away when he hit West Ham's goalkeeper, late and high.