It was London Derby that brought together Tottenham and Chelsea, which took place at White hart lane today in the evening. In the first half, the host started very well making more moves in the box of the opponent. The match ended 0-0 first half, as both sides looked strong.
In the second half things turned around as Chelsea opened the scoring cuttersy of Brazilian International, Thiago Silva with a header. Tottenham lost very chances in the game. According to Tottenham head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, he side was not lucky because they created very many, and clean chances but they wasted.
During an interview after the match, Nuno Espirito Santo admitted the England international Star Harry Kane was at the right position to give his side goals but he really made mistakes to give Chelsea the points. Chelsea scored a second goal through Ngolo Kante, and the last one from Antonio Rudiger. Harry Kane who was almost transfering to Manchester City, has been blamed over his side loosing in hands of Chelsea today.
Tottenham lost their last match 3-0 in hands of crystal Palace, before winning 1-0 in Europe league matches.
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