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Chelsea beat 9-man Spurs in the wildest game of the season 

Mauricio Pochettino made a winning comeback to Tottenham with Chelsea as his ex-club was reduced to nine men on an evening of chaos and controversy.

Mauricio Pochettino made a winning comeback to Tottenham with Chelsea as his ex-club was reduced to nine men on an evening of chaos and controversy.

An Epic Encounter Unfolds with a Myriad of Goals, VAR Decisions, and Red Cards

The much-anticipated comeback of Argentina’s national team member was overshadowed by an extraordinary game in the Premier League. 

The match featured a total of five goals, five disallowed goals, two red cards, and a flurry of VAR decisions, making it one of the most frenetic encounters in the league’s history.

Tottenham’s Strong Start: Kulusevski’s Opener

The game started in electrifying fashion, with Tottenham Hotspur making a brilliant start. Dejan Kulusevski’s sixth-minute shot, which deflected off Chelsea defender Levi Colwill, gave Spurs the lead. 

The home side’s early dominance was on full display, and Son Heung-min had an effort narrowly ruled out for offside as they sought to capitalize on their momentum.

Chelsea’s Rollercoaster Ride: Disallowed Goals and VAR Drama

In this fevered atmosphere, Chelsea also had their share of disallowed goals. Both Raheem Sterling and Moises Caicedo had goals ruled out, one for handball and the other for offside, respectively. 

Despite the disallowed goals, a penalty was awarded to Chelsea after a crude challenge by Romero on his compatriot Enzo Fernandez. This incident led to Romero’s deserved sending off, further escalating the drama on the pitch.

The game was a true spectacle, offering fans a whirlwind of action, goals, and controversies, as both teams showcased their skill and determination in one of the most unforgettable Premier League encounters.

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