- Tottenham vs Chelsea vs ended 2-0 as Frank Lampard claimed the bragging rights in the London derby
- Willian scored a first half brace as Son Heung-min was sent off in the second half of the tough game
- Chelsea maintain fourth position as Tottenham fail to move to fifth spot following the defeat
Tottenham vs Chelsea ended 2-0 in favour of Frank Lampard's side as they maintain fourth spot on the Premier League table.
Willian scored a brilliant first half goal and netted the second from a penalty to earn all three points for his side.
Chelsea settled into the game quickly as they controlled most part of the first half and in the 12th minute they were rewarded for their hard work.
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Willian took advantage of a short corner and made the step-over before drilling in a right-foot shot into the left hand corner of Gazzaniga to make it 1-0.
It took Spurs 27 minutes to create their first meaningful chance of the match as Moussa Sissoko made a cut-back to Harry Kane who could not keep his shot down.
Two minutes later Son Heung-min was at the near post to met a low cross from Kane but the Korean could not keep his shot on target.
On time added on, Chelsea earned a penalty after Gazzaniga missed a clearance and crashed into Marcos Alonso.
And after a VAR check, the away side were awarded a penalty as Willian sent the Argentine keeper the wrong way to make it 2-0.
Chelsea had a goal disallowed in the 55th minute after Tammy Abraham pounced on a spilled shot by Gazzaniga but the referee's assistant spotted him in an offside position.
Son was given his marching orders for the second time this season after he kicked Antonio Rudiger in an off the ball incident.
Jose Mourinho's men played the rest of the game with ten men as his side could not find an opening in Chelsea's defence for the remainder of the encounter.
The match ended 2-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium as Chelsea get back to winning ways.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Watford vs Man United ended 2-0 in favour of the Hornets at Vicarage Road as they recorded only their second Premier League win of the season.
Ismaila Sarr's lucky goal from a David De Gea's blunder and Troy Deeney's penalty was enough to get Nigel Pearson a win in his first game in charge.
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