Tottenham Hotspur 0-0 Chelsea – Premier League – 29th November 2015
Hardly a plethora of ‘best bits’ in this London derby, with Tottenham and Chelsea playing out a rather dull goalless draw at White Hart Lane.
The Blues started with Eden Hazard in a central striking role, with Diego Costa on the bench again. However, it was the hosts who created the most chances, with Son Heung-min heading straight at Asmir Begovic from a superb Harry Kane cross and both Kane and Moussa Dembele also forcing saves from the visiting ‘keeper.
In the second period, both teams cancelled each other out, with Hazard’s superb first-time volley superbly saved by Hugo Lloris. While a rather frustrated Costa didn’t get a run-out at all…
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Both sides were solid in defence throughout, with a draw a fair result and one which sees Spurs extend their unbeaten run to 13 top-flight games. As for Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea, they go 14th.