The biggest match of this weekend was that of Chelsea against Tottenham. Each team looked forward to take home all the three points by the end of the final whistle.
The match was goalless until In the 19th minute where Koulibaly opened the scoring with a great volley following a corner kick from Cucurella.
Antonio Conte men tried to pull one back before half time but Chelsea defence remained solid. In the second half, the Blues defence broke lose after Tottenham midfielder Hojbjerg scored the equalizer to get his team back into the game.
The Blues got back the lead ten minutes later through Reece James. Their lead only lasted until In the last minute of the game where Harry Kane scored the equalizer. The match ended 2-2 as each team took home a point each.
In that one of the Blues stars who impressed is Rahim Sterling. The English forward joined the Blues this summer from Premier League giants Manchester City. He is considered as one of the best strikers in the Premier League following his top performance at the Sky Blues where he played a major role for their success.
He helped Manchester City to win four Premier League titles and also helped them to reach their first Champions League final. Today, he was one of the players who gave Tottenham defenders a headache to stop him.
Sterling great skills and pace made him to easily unlock Tottenham solid defence. He also created a few chances upfront giving Tottenham defenders no rest. His top perfomance in today's match proved he might be of great help to the Blues in the coming matches.
This now means that Chelsea forward Rahim Sterling gave Tottenham defenders a headache to stop him.
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