On Sunday afternoon, a thrilling match between Chelsea and Tottenham ended in a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.
In a match they deserved to win, Chelsea twice took the lead, but the Blues will feel wronged after a contentious opening goal for Spurs, in which Kai Havertz was fouled by Rodrigo Bentacur before Antonio Conte's team scored.
That led to the managers of both sides clashing on the sidelines after Conte celebrated in front of the Chelsea bench, which then repeated itself at full-time.
Upon the blow of the final whistle, Conte went to shake Tuchel’s hand, but the Chelsea boss never let go after the earlier incident, resulting in a melee after the match in which both coaches were sent off.
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