Live updates and response to the result of Tottenham vs Chelsea in the Premier League.

Live updates and response to the result of Tottenham vs Chelsea in the Premier League.

Pochettino returning to Tottenham Hotspur is a special occasion.

Chelsea emerged victorious in a chaotic match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The hosts were left with only nine players, conceded four goals, and still received a rousing applause from their loyal supporters.

In the sixth minute, Dejan Kulusevski of Spurs made a successful run from the right side and scored with a deflected shot. Although Son Heung-Min’s goal was initially disallowed for offside, it was one of several decisions reviewed by VAR.

The officials watching the video decided to disallow a goal scored by Raheem Sterling and also nullified Moises Caicedo’s equalizing goal. The VAR check also led to Tottenham receiving a red card, as Cristian Romero was deemed to have committed a serious foul against Enzo Fernandez. Cole Palmer then successfully scored the penalty that followed.

Destiny Udogie received a second booking and was sent off in the second half for a foul on Sterling, leaving Tottenham with only nine players on the field. Despite this, they managed to hold off Chelsea until Sterling made a crucial pass to Nicolas Jackson, who scored two goals in stoppage time. Chelsea ultimately won the game, but Tottenham’s performance impressed the fans and their scoreline did not reflect their strong efforts.

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The Premier League match between Chelsea and Tottenham was filled with excitement and more. Chelsea emerged victorious.

Was it a comedy that represented modern football or one of the most thrilling matches of the season? It’s difficult to say, as the game was filled with confusion and contradictions. Chelsea’s eventual 4-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur could have significant impacts on both teams’ seasons. Mauricio Pochettino’s team finally achieved the victory they had been waiting for, especially at a stadium that holds a special place in his heart. Ange Postecoglou’s bold decision to play with a high line and only nine players, without any main center-backs, kept the game on a knife’s edge for a while. The home crowd applauded this daring strategy until Nicolas Jackson scored the decisive second goal, which left a sense of disappointment in the air. Not only did Spurs lose their first league game under Postecoglou, but they also suffered suspensions for Destiny Udogie and Sergio Romero, and possible injuries to James Maddison and Micky van de Ven.

This situation has the sense of causing a downfall to a flight that had been unexpectedly soaring for a while.

Postecoglou could have explained to his players that the game was an anomaly. That is one possible interpretation. It encompassed elements of the notorious Battle of the Bridge and Saturday’s Copa Libertadores final, providing a platform for endless discussions about VAR. It also resembled a peculiar but courageous practice session, where Postecoglou intentionally pitted the unstoppable Guglielmo Vicario against Chelsea’s youthful offensive line.

In addition, to add a twist to the situation, the previously struggling Jackson scored three consecutive goals at the end.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:49

Ange Postecoglou responds to video assistant referee decisions as Tottenham receives two red cards in loss to Chelsea.

In addition, three goals were not counted during the game and several investigations were conducted for severe foul play, resulting in a total of 21 minutes of extra time in both halves.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 23:21

Chelsea defeated Tottenham by a score of 4-1.

According to Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino, in an interview with BBC Sport, this is simply the nature of football. He believes that their victory was well-deserved and the use of technology is necessary for fair play. With so many things happening on the field, it is important to verify and check for accuracy.

“In this match between Tottenham and Liverpool, Tottenham emerged victorious in the final minute. I believe credit should be given to us. Tottenham is performing exceptionally well, but I believe we were the stronger team tonight.”

It is incredible for him and crucial for building self-assurance.

In my opinion, we deserved to win 4-1 and earn three points in the end. This victory is crucial as we have a significant upcoming match against Manchester City.

It is evident that we were not fully equipped from the start. We must work on maintaining this momentum, and on Sunday, we have another chance to prove that we are on the right track.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:56

Chelsea beat Tottenham 4-1.

Chelsea’s Nicolas Jackson, who scored a hat-trick, says he is pleased with the team’s progress despite recent struggles. He is grateful to have scored three goals and is especially happy to have achieved his first hat-trick with the top club in England.

“I am constantly striving to improve and put in more effort. Our team remains dedicated to our work. Tottenham boasts an incredible stadium and passionate fans, motivating us to fight for a victory in the game.”

“It was quite challenging as they persisted in holding their position [with only 9 players]. However, our skilled players were able to provide us with the ball and we ultimately emerged victorious. We had aspirations of winning important matches and the team’s confidence is gradually growing.”

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:55

FT Tottenham 1-4 Chelsea

Ange Postecoglou, manager of Tottenham, shared with BBC Sport: “There was a lot happening, with VAR involved and it’s difficult for me to fully analyze the game. However, I am incredibly proud of my players. They continued to push until the very end in their efforts to create opportunities for us.”

The players displayed their will, effort, and determination in this game and gave it their all.

Regarding VAR rulings and the duration it takes to make them: I am not a fan, but it seems to be the direction the game is heading. Some of the blame falls on ourselves because if we constantly complain about decisions, they will be thoroughly scrutinized and we will spend a significant amount of time in every game trying to decipher what is happening.

“I may not agree with it, but I seem to be in the minority as I constantly hear that is the direction we want to take. I have a more traditional mindset and will always honor the referee’s call, regardless of whether it is correct or not. However, it seems to be the trend in the game.”

Regarding Maddison’s injury: “He received a blow to the ankle, and with one player already out, it seemed appropriate to make a few adjustments at that moment.”

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:51

Chelsea beat Tottenham 4-1 in their recent match.

Ange Postecoglou expresses his disapproval of VAR decisions, stating that a detailed analysis will be conducted for each one. He believes this is the direction the game is heading, but he personally does not appreciate it. He also mentions the excessive standing around during today’s match and admits that while some may find it enjoyable, he would prefer to see his team actively playing football.

Regarding the recent red cards for Tottenham: I believe in accepting the referee’s decisions, as that is how I was raised. However, the increasing disregard for the referee’s authority is concerning as it may lead to them losing control over the game. Instead, we may be governed by someone watching from a TV screen miles away.

The choice remains the choice. Over the course of 26 years, I have made numerous poor decisions and also had some go my way. This is simply the reality of the situation.

When faced with a high line and two players down, we stick to our style and will continue to do so as long as I am in charge. Even if we were down to only five players, we would still try our best.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:48

Chelsea beat Tottenham 4-1.

Ange Postecoglou, manager of Tottenham, discussed the game with Sky Sports and expressed his difficulty in understanding it. The game was chaotic and difficult to analyze. Despite the disappointing outcome, Postecoglou was proud of his players for giving their all. This is the positive aspect to focus on.

“We came close to scoring an equalizer on a few occasions, which demonstrates their determination. However, it was ultimately out of reach for us today.”

I believed we had a strong start, with a fantastic goal and nearly another one. However, the red card changed the course of the game and I found myself just waiting for things to happen, due to the use of VAR. There was a lot of downtime and not much action.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:37

A full-time score of Tottenham 1-4 Chelsea.

After 90 minutes plus an additional 9 minutes, the game has come to a close. Chelsea has a significant lead, but Tottenham’s determination to play their own style of football made this match quite exciting.

Unfortunately, Ange Postecoglou experiences his initial loss as the manager of Spurs. However, he can take pride in the team’s determination until the very end. Although Nicolas Jackson’s late goals may have dampened the mood, overall, Mauricio Pochettino’s comeback to north London is a triumph.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:11

The final score is 1-4 with Chelsea scoring the winning goal in the 90th minute plus stoppage time by Jackson.

98 minutes have passed when Jackson scores the fourth goal. It is reminiscent of the previous two goals, with Jackson being played through the high line. He dribbles into the penalty area, evades the goalkeeper, and scores.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:08

Tottenham scores! Chelsea leads 3-1 with a goal from Jackson in the 94th minute.

The total time elapsed was 90 minutes and 4 minutes, bringing us to the end.

Tottenham’s aggressive defensive strategy leads to their downfall as Conor Gallagher once again manages to find space behind their defense. He then crosses the ball from the right side into the box, where Nicolas Jackson finishes it off with a strong shot.

Mike Jones6 November 2023 22:05