The Blues went into today’s fixture against their London rivals having not let in a solitary goal for over 10 hours of play – dating back to the 3-0 defeat to Arsenal back in September.
But that was soon consigned to the history books by Mauricio Pochettino’s men, with Eriksen smashing in a tremendous effort early in the first-half and leaving Chelsea’s usually stubborn back-three looking absolutely useless:
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That was the Dane’s first goal in the English top-flight since way back in March against Bournemouth but it was definitely worth waiting for.
What do you think of the strike? And can Spurs bounce back from European disappointment and win the Premier League this season?
Let us know in the comments section below…
In this week’s show, Daniel is back and joined by website contributor Connor Boylan as they look back on Celtic v Barcelona, a big weekend in Scotland and preview the League Cup final at Hampden:
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