Chelsea beat Tottenham 3-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Thiago Silva
created Chelsea history with his goal against Tottenham on Sunday.
The defender, 36, became Chelsea’s second-oldest goalscorer when he headed his
team in front at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
On a day of emotional tributes to Jimmy Greaves, the Tottenham, Chelsea and
England legend who died on Sunday morning, Thomas Tuchel’s side underlined their
title credentials in impressive style.
Tottenham was still reeling from that setback when Kante, a half-time substitute for
Mason Mount having recovered from an ankle injury, doubled Chelsea’s lead with a
long-range strike which took a deflection off Eric Dier before bouncing in off the
Spurs had been bolstered by the return of Heung-Min Son as well as Cristian Romero
and Giovani Lo Celso but they had no answer to Chelsea’s second-half performance
and fell further behind when Rudiger dispatched substitute Timo Werner’s cut-back
in stoppage time.