Former Blues midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne, netted the victor in the 67th minute of play to seal victory for the Etihad club and move them back to the top of the Premier League.
"He is also good in aerial play and very good with the ball at his feet".
Some of those problems were created by Conte's insistence to stick with the 3-5-2 rather than the more sensible 3-4-3 that would've afforded Chelsea another forward.
The Blues are aiming to defend their Premier League title this season after having won the title in style last term in Conte's first campaign in charge at Stamford Bridge. He is quoted by the Metro as saying: "Chelsea have one of the best strikers in Europe - and I am sure he is going to win trophies with them..." I've been involved pretty much from the start so, right now, I'm happy.
N'GOLO KANTE claims it's a "shame" that Chelsea team-mate Tiemoue Bakayoko has not been called up to the latest France squad.
Conte said: "When you have your day off, you must take your own responsibility to try to make the best decision for you, for the team, for the club". They are men. They have family.
Koeman praises hero Oumar Niasse for Everton win
Ex-Everton midfielder Dan Gosling could be the player to miss out if Howe chooses to persevere with the new system. Ronald Koeman: "The first step was yesterday". "More credit to the players - Niasse and Davies".
The most concerning aspect of Chelsea's performance on Saturday in the 1-0 loss to Manchester City was the team's inability to pose any tangible threat to the opposition, despite Guardiola's men offering a clear and obvious way to attack them.
City remain a serious threat to Chelsea without Aguero. "I think we have the points that we deserve".
"Every single player performed very well but I have to check their physical condition and then make the best decision".
"N'Golo Kante played an awesome game, but we are used to seeing that because he is a fantastic player", Conte said after Chelsea's win over Leicester.
With 10 minutes remaining of the first half, Atletico finally started to make an impression at the other end of the pitch, although the home side were gifted their opportunity to take the lead.
Conte had complained earlier this week that his players would not have enough time to recover from Wednesday's Champions League game, saying his side were being "penalised" by the scheduling.