Date: 1st April 2018 at 6:03pm
Written by:
Chelsea
1 – 3
Tottenham Hotspur

Stamford Bridge

Premier League

01/04/18 16:00

Attendance: 41,364

Referee: A. Marriner

Chelsea Tottenham Hotspur
Morata (30) Eriksen (45+1), Alli (62, 66)
Caballero Lloris
Azplicueta Trippier
Christensen Sanchez
Rudiger Vertonghen
Moses 81 Davies
 
Alonso 83 Dier 81
Kante Dembele
Fabregas Lamela 88
Willian Alli
Morata 88 Eriksen
Hazard Son Heung-min 74

Substitutes

Eduardo Rose
Cahill Kane 74
Hudson-Odoi 88 Wanyama 81
Emerson 83 Vorm
Giroud 81 Sissoko 88
Drinkwater Aurier
Bakayoko Lucas Moura

Game Statistics

14 Goal attempts 12
4 On Target 7
5 Corners 5
4 Fouls 11
0 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
49 % 51
 

6 Replies to “Stats: Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur”

  • I want to know the reason Conte will give for finishing behind the financially lesser clubs of Liverpool and spurs.

  • I want to know the reason Conte will give for finishing behind the financially lesser clubs of Liverpool and spurs.

  • This season we?ve got what we deserved I?m afraid, so many underperforming players and a manager who constantly slaggs off the board, even this week Conte is still going public with his rants about the underspend in the transfer market. Sometimes in life you can?t always get what you want but have to make the best with what you?ve got. Depressing day.

  • Conte is not blameless in all of this, but for me the board should take most of the responsibility. I ask myself and I try to be honest. Have we really grown as a team since we sacked Mon two sesasons ago?…Yes we won the EPL last season, but is there an obvious sign of growth?….I dont think so…Just look at Spurs and Liverpool, for the past 3 seasons, they are gradually grow every year, both in terms of additions to the squad and how they play….They do not fire coaches recklessly but continue to invest meticulously in their squads. Both Poch and Klopp have not won major trophies yet but the whole world can see that these teams are growing…and if they continue to grow and keep hold of the core of their players (majority of whom are still young) its more likely than not that they will outpace us. I dont expect Conte to stay, if he is not sacked tomorrow then he will be sacked a t the end of the season for sure….but as a club we will need to do more than hire another coach to sack him again after two years….If we are not careful, even the trophies we pride ourselves over with this nonsense hire-fire scatter gun approach will soon start to disappear. Before now, we were consistently in the CL, now we do one year in one year out, if we are not careful, we will become outsiders to CL in england perpetually. Look at spurs, they have been in the CL consistently for the last 3 seasons..People will argue that but they have not won anything yet. But at the rate at which they are growing, you can sense its a matter of time. They move to their new stadium next season and will probably earn more revenue to be able to pay their players more salaries and attract even more better talents while consistently playing in the CL. We need to reflect, think deep and re-strategize before we become another wanna -bes. Arsenal is a real example that everyone can see that clearly depicts how a club can quickly degenerate into mediocrity. I wish the board luck.

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