Pardew also discussed the impact of the substitutes as well as take a look back at all six goals from the game and a short preview of tomorrow's Nissan Super Sunday action live on Sky Sports.
Roma penned Chelsea in their own half for much of the thrilling 3-3 Champions League draw in midweek, and the same happened against Watford as Chelsea spent nearly 30 per cent of the match in their defensive third.
"It is a really unfair result", Silva said. "It showed our way and we need to continue in this way". We didn't create many chances in the first half, it is true, but we controlled the game and Chelsea started to play on the counter-attack. "I think everyone saw this on the pitch".
Saturday's win followed Premier League defeats by Manchester City and Crystal Palace and a 3-3 home Champions League draw with AS Roma.
Watford pushed Chelsea hard and squandered several good chances but Conte praised his players' heart in coming from 2-1 down and said he had been a bit lucky with his substitutions.More news: Trump has no plan to block scheduled release of JFK records
The short corner was pulled back to Pedro who curled a fantastic strike in off the top left hand corner of the goal frame.
The hosts took a controversial lead when they were awarded a corner despite the ball appearing to have come off the foot of Chelsea's Eden Hazard.
Chelsea scored two late goals as they came from behind to claim a dramatic victory against Watford at Stamford Bridge and end a three-game winless run.
The home side got even better following the goal as well, forcing Watford back and Heurelho Gomes into two important stops, one from Cesc Fabregas, who tried to chip the keeper when through on goal.
However, the second was just around the corner as a minute later Pereya was allowed the freedom of the Chelsea penalty area to slot home after Watford had cut the home side's defence to ribbons.