Tottenham Hotspur ended Chelsea’s winning streak and put themselves back in the title race with a superb 2-0 victory over the league leaders at White Hart Lane, sending Mauricio Pochettino’s side up to third in the table.
With Chelsea entering the game on the back of 13 consecutive victories, Tottenham had a stern test on their plate but managed to overcome their in-form opponents to reignite their own season and rise above Manchester City and Arsenal in the process.
Following the match, we’ve identified five things learned from Tottenham’s victory. Hit the navigation buttons below to advance through pages!
Chelsea are beatable
Having equalled Arsenal’s decade-old record of 13 consecutive victories, Chelsea had the chance to make the record their own this evening and nobody was betting that Antonio Conte’s side would slip-up. Having been formidable since the end of September, the Blues showed they’re still vulnerable.
With a five point advantage over Liverpool, Chelsea are still in the driving seat and are still odds-on to win the Premier League come May. With Leicester City, Liverpool and Arsenal awaiting in the neck month though, the title race could be wide open.