Spurs 2-0 Chelsea : match report

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Tottenham ended Chelsea's attempt to make Premier League history with a 14th successive victory as the title pacesetters were well beaten at White Hart Lane.

Read the full article at BBC Sport 4 Jan 17

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JC-Rule

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Them boys that got beat by the scum at the bridge last year, have grown into men.

[edit - we drew the match last year]

Tonite, those men, made us all proud to a man.

we don't need to go crazy, but they showed us, what they are made of, and what they have learnt, from then till now.

Well done Spurs.
 
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Great win, especially under pressure. Partially lessens the pain of the draw against them in May that stopped our title aspirations
 

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Great win, especially under pressure. Partially lessens the pain of the draw against them in May that stopped our title aspirations

We had fucked ourselves over with various other results long before the chelski away draw. It's a great line for the media to trot out every single opportunity they get though..
 

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We had fucked ourselves over with various other results long before the chelski away draw. It's a great line for the media to trot out every single opportunity they get though..
It's not just the result of that game, but our own performance/discipline during it. Yesterday we just let our football do the talking
 

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I thought our discipline was impeccable in this game. I especially liked it when Costa barged into Dier and patted his check and pulled his ear - Dier just smiled at him and didn't react.
 
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