Â·Â Conte absolves the Nigerian forward from any blame
Dele Alli, England international whose father is Nigerian, scored twice as Tottenham Hotspur gunned down London rivals Chelsea and Victor Moses, whose mistake brought the visitors back into this derby.
Chelsea lost 3-1 at Stamford Bridge to city rivals Spurs since 1990 to further dent their hopes of playing Champions League football next season.
They are now eight points adrift of Spurs with seven games to play.
Victor Moses cross from the right was headed home by Alvaro Morata for Chelsea to go in front after half an hour.
But the Nigeria star then failed to clear the danger back in Chelsea defence for Spurs to profit and draw level on half time.
Alli then scored in the 62ndÂ and 66thÂ minutes to put the game beyond Chelsea, who subbed Victor Moses in the 81stÂ minute.
Meanwhile,Â Antonio Conte has insisted that Victor Moses cannot be blamed for Tottenham Hotspurâ€™s equaliser late in the first half of their 3-1 Premier League defeat.
After providing the cross which was converted by Alvaro Morata which put Chelsea 1-0 up, Moses lost possession close to his 18-yard box which Christian Eriksen capitalised on and fired in a stunning long-range shot to make it 1-1.
Two more goals from Dele Alli in the second half saw Spurs secure their first league win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge since 1990.
Reacting to Mosesâ€™ mistake, Conte posited that every Chelsea player must take responsibility.
â€œI was a footballer, it can happen where you lose the ball,â€ Conte said in his post-match interview