Tottenham upset Chelsea to put pressure on Potter

Chelsea’s winless run extended to six games while Tottenham Hotspur troubles Graham Potters with a 2-0 win over north London.

Potter’s side conceded a second-half goal from Oliver. Skipp and Harry Kane in a game where they rarely take risks. and although there was hope at first But it was clearly broken when Spurs took the lead.

Chelsea seem to have no idea in attacking. And has now scored just one goal in his last half-dozen away games in all competitions.

Potter’s task of getting his team back into the race for the Premier League’s top four now seems increasingly insurmountable. With only a few appearances against Tottenham to indicate that the club’s massive January transfer expenditure is coming to an end.

The visitors were spoiled early on by Thiago Silva, who returned to the squad following the defeat to Southampton. left knee injury Potter sends Wesley Fofana made his second substitute appearance since returning to fitness.

The away team was more confident in possession of the ball in the first half. Worked in the right triangle and played most of the game in the second half for Spurs. Although they could not find a breakthrough pass in the last moment.

Joao Felix had a fair vision of the goal. Finding space after driving through the middle and firing solid but straight at Fraser Forster as Chelsea struggled in front of goal under Potter.

Spurs’ best hopes seem to be coming to a break, with Dejan Kulusevski and Richarlison showing signs of promise as they get the chance to play at Chelsea.

It was the host who had the most chances in the first half. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg collected the ball from the center of 20 yards and drilled an effort towards the goal, which brilliantly flicked the ball into the post by Fofana’s sliding leg.

Chelsea’s frustrations are familiar, with Raheem Sterling being their best player in the first half with a smashing strike down the left. try to manage by yourself Cut from the line and fired into Forster’s far corner. The Tottenham goalkeeper dives to the left to win the ball away.

The first half ended with VAR confusion and controversy. Hakim Ziyech was slower than Richarlison and as players from both sides were squared away. The Moroccan also appears to be holding hands with the Emerson Royal.

The first video review resulted in a red card for Ziyech, but referee Stuart Attwell was told to watch the sideline monitors. and after checking the incident The red card was canceled.

The second half created little excitement for both groups of supporters. But within seconds of starting a new game The game exploded and Tottenham took the lead.

Kulusevski burst into the penalty area on the right and fed Royal overlapping Kepa Arrizabalaga. Stopping his low shot But as the goalkeeper looked to drop the ball loose, Enzo Fernandez flicked the ball out of his hands. And his weak interception gave Skipp the steal in front of Felix and put Spurs ahead.

That goal shook Chelsea. And the confidence in midfield as they moved the ball seemed to have abandoned them.

Kai Havertz temporarily returns to the No. 9 position. Gradually reduce disappointment without ever finding the right rhythm or angle when Chelsea had the ball.

Their problems were entirely alleviated by the simplicity of Tottenham’s second goal.

A corner from the right is taken by Eric. Dyer flicks neatly over six yards. Dropped at the far post for Kane to have time and space to sweep the ball home.

Substitute Mykhailo Mudryk exploded from 25 yards five minutes into added time, a moment that seemed to clearly declare Chelsea out of their minds. They soon ran out of time. Spurs run out of deserving winners

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