Willian shines as Chelsea defeats Tottenham on Sunday

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Willian became the highlight of Chelsea win over Tottenham
Willian became the highlight of Tottenham defeat to Chelsea with his brace

Frank Lampard gave a strong blow at Jose Mourinho as Chelsea beat Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday. Willian became the highlight of the match, scoring the two goals and ruling the pitch for 90 minutes.

The Spurs have had lovely moments since Mourinho took over the club after Mauricio Pochettino’s dismissal. Now, the Portuguese have lost two out of his six league matches in-charge.

While the Blues having won just one of their last five league games before entering the weekend tie with Tottenham. 

Meanwhile, the stunning brace from Willian revives the West London club from their recent pit of defeats. With the victory of the match coming in the first half when Willian hit the early 12th-minute strike for a lead.

A strong tackle from Spurs’ goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga led to the Brazilian’s penalty conversion to seal the win, injury-time to end the first half.

Jose Mourinho, in shock, after Son got sent off the pitch.

We could trace another weird event to when Heung-min Son got sent-off the pitch by the VAR for violent conduct on Antonio Rudiger.

It is correct to say that Tottenham went hard on the Blues, with a tip of an uproar to aim the top-four. Mourinho’s team who was only four points below the fourth-place Blues are now seven points-off.

Prior to the obvious display from Dele Alli and Kovacic leading to yellow card offer to both sides. The England forward, Alli had earlier pushed Rudiger in Chelsea’s box without referee’s interference. 

Frank Lampard showing his happiness for Chelsea victory over Tottenham

Besides, Frank Lampard gave a recap of his days of managing Derby County when he beat Mourinho’s Manchester United off the EFL Cup.

The joy in Frank is obvious as he expresses it to the supporters after the full-time whistle. Sky sport has the clip, see below:

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