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Antonio Conte and Tony Pulis Look Like They Could Care Less About Post-Match Dinner

Antonio Conte and Tony Pulis Look Like They Could Care Less About Post-Match Dinner

Antonio Conte and Tony Pulis look like they couldn’t really be bothered with their post-match dinner together last night.

Chelsea beat West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorns to secure the English Premier League title – with Michy Batshuayi’s late goal enough to give them the hugely important victory.

Conte was right in the middle of the celebrations post-match, being thrown in the air by his players before getting a champagne shower in the dressing room afterwards.

Once the Italian manager was washed and dried off, he shared a meal and a drink with Pulis, some of his backroom staff and Sky Sports’ Geoff Shreeves.

But both managers didn’t look too interested in this picture:

Conte might have been wishing he was alongside his celebrating players at that time, while Pulis would no doubt have been very disappointed to see his team lose the game and allow Chelsea to wrap up the title on their pitch.

At one point, it looked like Chelsea might have to wait another week to be crowned Premier League champions as they struggled to break down a frustrating Baggies side.

But Batshuayi climbed off the bench with 14 minutes of the game remaining and had the ball in the net six minutes later for what turned out to be the title-clincher.

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