Chelsea FC win the ‘London Derby,’ defeats Tottenham by 2-0

Thomas Tuchel’s men did find some goals in the second half to secure three points in the game as they beat Spurs by 2-0 in the Premier League clash on Sunday.

Chelsea FC beat Tottenham Hotspur by 2-0 in the ‘London Derby’ which was played at Stamford Bridge (Chelsea FC’s home Stadium) on Sunday. Antonio Conte’s men couldn’t give a reply to the Blues as the host played exceptionally well in this fixture. Thomas Tuchel’s side deservingly earned all the three points from this game as the way they played on Sunday was marvelous. With this victory, Chelsea is now at 47 points, just a single point behind Liverpool who still has one game in hand after their 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace earlier in the day.

It was all square at half-time as both the teams were equally good in the first 45 minutes in terms of chances created. However, Harry Kane did score in the first half which was then ruled out by VAR as the referee suggested that it was a push from the English striker to Thiago Silva in the penalty box. Chelsea came out to be the best team at the start of the second half as they resumed the game on the front foot. In the 47th minute, the host got what they deserved, a wonderful goal by Chelsea’s midfielder Hakim Ziyech from the edge of the penalty box which gave no chance for Hugo Lloris to save.

The Blues were leading 1-0 just after half-time which started to build pressure on Antonio Conte’s mind but his team was sloppy while going forward which gave Chelsea create more pressure on them and create some chances on their goal. Chelsea’s second goal was in no time as Thiago Silva’s beautiful header from the free-kick doubled the lead for the host in the 55th minute. After getting a two-goal lead the Blues were more comfortable on the ball and was trying to outplay Tottenham Players. The visitors seemed frustrated later in the second half as they weren’t able to find even a single goal and thus it ended with 0 against their name after the referee’s final whistle.

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