Tottenham vs Chelsea Highlights:

Tottenham vs Chelsea : We’ve seen some very tough games between these two teams in the last few years. Though perhaps not for all the correct reasons, especially during the first 45 minutes, this one will stick in your memory for a while. Even if the score doesn’t reflect how easy it was for Chelsea because of the chaos, controversial decisions, and poor officiating, Chelsea won every point! It wasn’t as simple as the scoreline implies, but Chelsea was able to secure all the points in spite of the mayhem, contentious decisions, and subpar officiating! It didn’t appear like we would win the game in the beginning. Tottenham appeared formidable, exerting pressure on us from the start. It was fortunate that Kulusevski’s goal in the sixth minute rebounded off Levi Colwill. Spurs were tearing through Chelsea’s defence, and Son’s goal was disallowed in the opening fifteen minutes, leaving us trailing by two goals only thanks to the linesman’s flag.

The game evened up after that, but the match didn’t flow smoothly. Numerous infractions and disruptions occurred. Although Raheem Sterling appeared to have equalized with a superb solo effort, VAR decided that the goal should have been disallowed because the ball had touched his hand. Nevertheless, Cristian Romero’s kickout behind the action at Colwill was not picked up by VAR. Romero’s luck ran out as he was sent off for a high tackle on Enzo Fernandez in the penalty area. Caicedo’s score on that play was disallowed due to offside.

Cole Palmer made a successful penalty conversion. Nicolas Jackson was the target of another goal that was disallowed because he was initially offside. There were twelve minutes of added time in the first half, but no goals were scored, and there were no more VAR reviews. But after a confrontation that resulted in Colwill and Porro receiving yellow cards, things heated up, and the tension during the first forty-five minutes was evident.

Chelsea wanted to convert their lead into a win in the second half. Jackson finished poorly at first, but he did manage to score again, tapping in a pass from Sterling. Spurs were now down to nine players after Sterling (who had also fumbled a 3-on-2 counterattack that resulted in the foul) was clearly fouled by Destiny Udogie, who was given a second yellow card. It wasn’t easy to be ahead 2-1 against nine men,
despite what one might assume. Eric Dier nearly had an equalizer disallowed for offside, and Chelsea had to play a last-gasp defensive stand, with Robert Sánchez making a vital save in the 93rd minute to keep Son from scoring.

Jackson ended the suffering of a struggling Spurs team by completing his hat-trick with goals in added time.