Chelsea torpedo Lloris, Kanté scorer

One-sided match between Tottenham and Chelsea, Sunday afternoon in the Premier League, with the Blues of Thomas Tuchel who marched on Spurs (0-3).

The sumptuous setting of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (62,850) was packed this Sunday afternoon for the shock of the fifth day of the Premier League and the arrival of Chelsea. The spans of the North London enclosure were deserted even before the end of the match as the Blues gave their opponent a football lesson, winning 3-0 …

The score was admittedly still blank at half-time between Tottenham and Chelsea, but there was already a much better team on the pitch, collectively speaking. Thomas Tuchel’s men finally found the loophole on a Marcos Alonso corner brilliantly picked up by Thiago Silva (49e). N’Golo Kanté made the break in stride, with a distant strike countered by Eric Dier (57th).

Lloris multiplies the parades

While Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min had no opportunity to bite the bullet to maintain any semblance of suspense, the reigning European champions continued to attack, but Romelu Lukaku or Timo Werner came across a Hugo Lloris author of 7 parades. Another Chelsea defender, Antonio Rüdiger, ended up scoring his team’s third goal (92nd).

Chelsea are the leader on equal points and with the same goal difference as Liverpool (12 goals scored, only one conceded), but will have a lot to do a week with a shock, a real shock, this time against Manchester City. .

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