Super Eagles and Chelsea forward Victory Moses has expressed mixed feelings over the Blues' result at the Liberty stadium on Sunday against Swansea.
The Nigerian international came off the bench to replace Willian inside the final 13 minutes for his fourth league appearance this season.
The former Wigan man who before now has had loan spells at Liverpool and West Ham United in the last two seasons took to social after the game, saying:
Disappointed not to get the three points but the boys showed great character to come back from behind and get the point #CFC— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) September 11, 2016
"Disappointed not to get the three points but the boys showed great character to come back from behind and get the point #CFC
With Chelsea trailing with 13 minutes remaining, Conte shuffled his pack hoping for the same effect as at Watford. Cesc Fabregas and Victor Moses replaced Matic and Willian.
It worked, again! Fabregas’s chip found Oscar, who did well to feed Ivanovic. The Serbian beat a man and shot; it deflected up in to the air and there was Diego Costa to acrobatically scissor-kick in from six yards, the ball helped in to the net by Fernandez. 2-2. It is now seven goals for the Spain forward against the Swans.