Chelsea boss Antonio Conte felt Victor Moses‘ dismissal was the key in their FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal.

Conte could not secure a double in his first season in charge at Stamford Bridge and singled out Aaron Ramsey‘s goal and the dismissal of Moses as the turning points.

“I think our start for sure wasn’t good enough,” he said.

Arsenal started the game better than us, honestly I think the goal after three minutes in this way, I think it was not disallowed because there is a clear handball but our start wasn’t good.

“Then we started to play, in the second half we started very well and created the chances to equalise.

“The second yellow card for Moses was for sure one of the two key moments.

“But to play for 10 men, we were able to equalise and then to concede a second goal was a key moment for the loss.”