Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 0 Chelsea as Dele Alli brace put Spurs in commanding position, as spurs takes two goals up thanks to Dele Alli double goals to make a superb win for Spurs! Chelsea never got in the game, a deserved three points!.
Chelsea visited White Hart Lane on Wednesday night for the premeir league game against Tottenham Hotspurs which had significant importance in the title race. Chelsea having won 13 consecutive league games were looking to put their authority at top of the table but it was Spurs who took the lead in first half thanks to their golden boy Delle Ali at the stroke of halftime. Costa looked lively upfront but apart from him Chelsea looked lackluster. Whole 45 minutes to go in second half.
Dele Alli doubled Spurs’s lead to 2-0 at the 54th minute with a Brilliant goal by Alli! Eriksen does so well again, faking to cross and earning space for himself and Alli at the back post as defenders forget what they’re supposed to be doing. The header is well placed too. Courtois dives in looking the other way.
Dele Alli’s ninth and 10th Premier League goals of the season proved enough to end Chelsea’s winning run. Chelsea’s 13-match Premier League winning streak came to an end at London rivals Tottenham as Dele Alli struck twice for the hosts.
The England midfielder met crosses from Christian Eriksen with precise headers either side of half-time to take the game away from the league leaders. Eden Hazard screwed wide in the first half and headed off target after the break in the Blues’ best chances. Tottenham move up to third, two points behind Liverpool and seven off Chelsea.
Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 0 Chelsea Premier League Match Highlights
- 45′+1 1 – 0 Dele Alli scored yet another important goal to put Tottenham 1-0 up after a superb start by spurs at White hart Lane. Chelsea looked decent but nothing special to suggest their 13 games winning streak.
- 54′ 2 – 0 Dele Alli doubled Spurs’s lead to 2-0 at the 54th minute with a Brilliant goal as Eriksen does so well again, faking to cross and earning space for himself and Alli at the back post as defenders forget what they’re supposed to be doing. The header is well placed too. Courtois dives in looking the other way.