"It is what it means to this club and these players. The fight showed by the lads was the thing today. There is a long, long way to go. We will enjoy the result and then we get back to work. Tough game, major rival. But we don't want to get carried away. Before today, people could question us, but they cannot today.
"I think the penalty should have been a red card, a kung fu kick that takes someone out at that level? And then the red card, it was a kick out.
三级成人视频"Jose is a special manager, I have huge respect for him.
"My understanding is that there was a racist comment or gesture. We are clear that whether it is Stamford Bridge or wherever that we want the right thing to be done."
Graeme Souness has gone in two-footed on the football authorities. "They have done a miserable job."
G三级成人视频ary Neville on Sky Sports: "we have a racism problem in the Premier League. The PL hide behind the FA. They have got to stand up. They push the disciplinary issues over to the FA. We have just seen a general election in this country where both main parties, and the leaders of both main parties, are accused constantly over the last month of fuelling racism and accepting racism within their parties. So if it is accepted in the highest offices in the country, we are not talking about it at a minor level, this is the highest office in the country, an enormous level. We could say that the incident today is down to one individual person but it is a far bigger problem than that. Something has to happen quickly. We have to empower players to walk off the pitch and stop the entertainment happening. That is the only way I can see it stopping. But ultimately I did not walk off the pitch when Ashley was abused 15 years ago, and you can argue, it's okay for me to sit here in my ivory tower of a commentary box and say players should walk off the pitch. I would be ashamed of myself for not doing it 15 years ago and I would be proud of players if they did it now. It is unacceptable that people should be abused doing their job and if the FA or PL won't do something about it then the PFA should. We need to stop pointing the figure at the Spanish FA, the Bulgarian FA, and start sorting our own ship out."
三级成人视频Brilliant telly on Sky Sports.
三级成人视频The presenter Dave Jones stresses that these are Gary's views not those of Sky.
"First half they were the best team. We have to blame ourselves for both goals. We know how to defend a short corner but we didn't. Second goal, obviously, is a penalty.
"Very hard with ten men. But we reacted with pride. I hope that Rudiger recovers quickly from the broken ribs because he will for sure have broken ribs."
O三级成人视频n Son: "When you are frustrated you can have a reaction. That red card is a strange one. But I don't want to focus on that, my team lost and I have to congratulate the opponent.
"They started better than us, they had a system that they were very comfortable in. The Atonio Conte system. They press us high. I knew they would. I tried to change it in the second half.
"Our players were not concentrating and were not focused. You have to survive the difficult moments.
三级成人视频"Sonny is crying because Antonio Rudiger has broken ribs."
"I saw nothing. I saw the referee following the protocol, he came over and spoke to Marriner, and to me and Lampard. Our club of course will deal with this, every club is together on this. The protocols were followed."
"Tony came to me and said that there were some racisms thrown at him. I reported this to the ref and left him to do his job. They from the League are very clear with us in the meetings about what we have to do in this situation.
I三级成人视频 don't know if any other Chelsea players heard it.
It is something we all have to work together to eradicate, not just in football but in life."
Chelsea win, and they deserved it. Spurs, equally, deserved to lose for their spineless, flabby, sloppy football, their petulance and the racial abuse from the crowd aimed at a Chelsea player, Antonio Rudiger.
三级成人视频Frank Lampard is absolutely loving it, roaring and pumping his fists as he celebrates with the fans, even throwing his jacket into the crowd! Massive result for Chelsea and for Frank.
Here's Jason Burt's match report.
J三级成人视频ames has a crack but Toby Alders blocks.
Spurs not looking especially like scoring but, with fully eight minutes to be added, we could yet have a grandstand finish. Spurs have a corner. There's all manner of grapplin' but the ref and our new god VAR VAR VAR do not award nothing to noone.
Rudiger gestured to his skipper, Cesar Azpilicueta that a person or persons was making racists chants/words/whatever at him. Cesar went over to the ref. Ref went to the touchline to inform the managers and officials. Then an announcement over the tannoy. Hope the person or people get a life ban from the stadium. No excuse.
Tottenham's day gets worse and worse! Son has been sent off! He tries to control the ball and fluffs it, put under big pressure by Rudiger. Son tumbles and reacts petulantly, aiming a sly and pointless little kick into the Chelsea man's midriff. Rudiger makes the absolute most of it, rolling around as if in agony, but Son has nobody else to blame but himself - and he is sent off!
I mean, if you're gonna kick him, at least get your money's worth, right?
Son threw himself to his knees in the club style of James Brown on being shown the red.
Chelsea have the ball in the net - but it is a clear offside, so much so that the linesman even has the flag up. How retro! You mean we don't have to spend five minutes waiting for it to be decided by some deathless dork in a bunker a hundred miles away?
Willian drilled it from outside the box. The idiotic Gazzaniga parried it straight to Abraham, who tapped in. Was offside.
L三级成人视频ovely play from a couple of bright young Chelsea things. Operating at high pace, Mount and Abraham break and play a one two. A Spurs defender, more by luck than judgement, gets his size 12s in the way. Think it was Alderweireld but it was happening so fast and, fun fact, Her Majesty's Daily Telegraph is apparently the last entity in the country to STILL have only SD on our screens not HD so it can be a devil of a job to identify the players sometimes. Anyway, a great move.
"Only one football team out there in that first half," says Gary Neville. And I agree. Spurs have been awful. Lampard has got his tactics just right and his players have done what he wanted: pressing a Spurs side high, and the hosts have been sloppy and lacking in precision in all departments. The second goal comes on the stroke of the half and Mourinho has it all to do.
O三级成人视频h, the Spurs keeper was booked by the way.
Really odd moment! A ball forward and Alonso tries to run onto it, Gazzaniga comes out with an impulsive, peculiar sort of flying leaping kick. He's cleaned out Alonso and that looks a clear penalty to me. Referee Taylor for whatever reason does not give it.
"Martin, it is ridiculous, it is an assault," says Gurreh.
BUT VAR DOES GIVE IT!
三级成人视频A penalty to Chelsea, and rightly so. Willian will step up to take it.
Ooof! Some work for little Tony Taylor, Cheshire whistler. Ball is played through and Sissoko charges onto it. The goalie was always going to get there first but Sissoko makes no effort to pull out and really batters the kid. Kepa is alright, but that was late and should have been a yeller.
Oh it is a lovely strike. Willian takes a short corner, Aurier potters out to half-heartedly close it down and Willian gets the ball back from Kovacic. He cuts inside, Aurier with a quarter-hearted challenge that Willian evades with ease, he lets rip with a right footed shot into the corner. Not convinced about the positioning of the Spurs keeper there, who was a little bit too close to the near post. But no doubting the quality of the hit.
Tottenham Hotspur: Gazzaniga, Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Dier, Sissoko, Lucas Moura, Alli, Son, Kane. Subs三级成人视频: Rose, Winks, Vorm, Lo Celso, Foyth, Eriksen, Ndombele.
Chelsea: Arrizabalaga, Zouma, Rudiger, Tomori, Azpilicueta, Kante, Kovacic, Alonso, Willian, Mount, Abraham. Subs三级成人视频: Christensen, Jorginho, Caballero, Hudson-Odoi, Pulisic, Batshuayi, James.
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
G三级成人视频ood afternoon and welcome to a Premier League football fixture positively stuffed to bursting with intriguing sub-plots. How will Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard react to facing each other? What will the reception be for Mouirnho from the travelling Chelsea fans? Can the two managers use their knowledge of each other's footballing personalities to gain some sort of advantage on the pitch? It's certainly a fascinating match-up on the touchline.
But the match itself of course depends on the 22 men, plus subs, who cross that white line. We will know around half three who the men are that the two managers name when we get to the Tottenham vs Chelsea team news.
While we wait for this one to get going, have a butcher's at m'coll Ben Bloom's live blog of Manchester United vs Watford.
Or if you prefer, get the lowdown on this fixture in the shape of various excellent preview pieces.
Eric Dier has some words of encouragement for the young men of Chelsea in this interview; he reckons that Frankie's Fledglings are reminiscent of Spurs four years ago.
And here are some thoughtful, revealing quotes from Frank Lampard about his relationship with Jose Mourinho.
I suppose when you say is there anything I take from Jose, maybe my answer should have been he was the first manager that day-to-day made me feel really close to him.
We worked on the mental side without working on it; it was just this confidence that he gave me which forms a bond. He did form a bond with me. Working with the younger players that we have here now it is my duty to try and form my bond with them. They are at the start of their journey and career.
But nothing lasts forever. How Jose Mourinho burned his bridges with Chelsea and Frank Lampard
And something else that definitely does not last is money. Apparently Lampard has a hundred and fifty million of your British pounds to play with next month.
Chelsea scouts are compiling a list of forwards who might be able to inject fresh impetus into the club’s season, as head coach Frank Lampard prepares to start spending his £150million transfer budget.
As well as high-profile names such as Jadon Sancho, who is unlikely to be available in January, and Wilfried Zaha, Chelsea are looking at wingers such as Bayer Leverkusen’s Leon Bailey and Villareal’s Samuel Chukwueze.
Strikers Timo Werner and Moussa Dembele are also on Chelsea’s radar.