Antonio Conte admitted the “two faces” of Chelsea were evident after the Premier League champions were humbled 3-2 by Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
Gary Cahill was sent off in the 14th minute by referee Craig Pawson for a high lunge at Steven Defour and Burnley responded by powering into a 3-0 lead with two goals from Sam Vokes and a Stephen Ward strike.
Chelsea fought back through Alvaro Morata and David Luiz, but Cesc Fabregas’ dismissal for two bookable offences disrupted their momentum in a second-half they dominated.
“The red card was a key moment. After that we lost our composure and conceded three goals,” Conte said.
“We have to improve a lot on this aspect because there was the rest of the game to try to do our best. We must have the right experience to face this situation.
“Instead we con...