Victor Moses Tallies Assist, Argentina GK Concedes Three As Spurs Win At Chelsea

Published: April 01, 2018
Victor Moses Tallies Assist, Argentina GK Concedes Three As Spurs Win At ChelseaA second half double from Dele Alli proved enough for Tottenham in a comeback 3-1 victory over Chelsea in a Premier League encounter at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening.

Victor Moses started in his right wing back position for Chelsea in the clash, while Argentine goalkeeper, Willy Caballero started in the absence of crocked Thibaut Courtois.

Moses snuffed out the first pressure that came Chelsea's way after eleven minutes of play, Christian Eriksen whipping an excellent ball into the box but the Super Eagle pressured Dele Alli to however head well wide of target.

The Nigerian would then create the opener for Chelsea in the half hour, after taking advantage of space on the flank to send in a perfect cross straight onto the head of teammate Alvaro Morata who nodded home for 1-0.

But Eriksen pulled the Lilywhites back level just before the break with an unstoppable strike from 25 yards out, leaving Caballero little chance of stopping the goal.

And the visitors completed the turn around two minutes after the hour mark, Alli racing into the Chelsea area after a through ball from Eric Dier to finish superbly, taking out both Andreas Christensen and Ceaser Azpilicueta in the process.

Alli would yet add another from a goal mouth scramble four minutes later  following blocked shots from Son Heung-Min to make it 3-1 as Chelsea's 27 unbeaten home league run against Tottenham dating back to 1990 came to a
grinding halt.

Victor Moses was replaced by Oliver Giroud after 81 minutes of action.

Emmanuel Chinaza

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