Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard settle for a point apiece at Stamford Bridge as neither Chelsea nor Tottenham could find a winning goal.
It was a very close affair with very little separating the sides throughout the game. Timo Werner had a goal chalked off in the first half for offside.
This point moves Spurs back to the summit of the Premier League. The Blues remain 3rd in the league, just two points off of Mourinho’s side and Liverpool.
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