The Red Devils appeared to employ a ‘stop Eden Hazard at all costs’ policy during their 1-0 FA Cup loss at Stamford Bridge on Monday.
It resulted in the first-half sending off of Ander Herrera while Marcos Rojo also stamped on Hazard but escaped punishment.
“I don’t like, I want to see a team to beat us playing football”
N’Golo Kante settled the contest as he scored the only goal of the game but it left a sour taste in Conte’s mouth.
He said: “It is important to underline that I spoke about it when you asked if the double yellow card was right.
“I replied that in the first 25 minutes I see only this type of situation and it’s impossible to play football.
“I don’t like, I want to see a team to beat us playing football.”
Chelsea take on Stoke tomorrow looking to take another step towards the Premier League title.
The Blues are 10 points clear of Tottenham in second with 11 games left to play.