Chelsea 4-0 Tottenham: Mourinho's relentless march towards the title continues as Spurs are shattered at the Bridge
Jose Mourinho's Chelsea moved seven points clear at the top of the Premier League after trumping London rivals Tottenham in a game which had plenty of controversy...
Old habits lived strong at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea claimed yet another win over Tottenham Hotspur at home, Tim Sherwood’s side conspired to characteristically gift them those points, and Samuel Eto’o set it all up with an opportunistic opening strike that recalled his best form as well as joke about his age...
Chelsea's title pursuit has taken on a relentless feel, their lead at the top now seven points from a pack distracted by domestic cup competition and increasingly, perhaps perilously, pinning their hopes on games in hand. Tottenham's wounds may have been self-inflicted here, but their wretched record in these parts gave the resu..
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