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Tottenham vs. Chelsea: Second half overflow discussion

Bring on the second half at White Hart Lane

Clive Rose

Forty five minutes are in the books at White Hart Lane, and there's still plenty of work to be done if Chelsea want to return home with a positive result. The first half started with two teams seemingly worried about not being beaten, but a Tottenham goal in the 20th minute opened the game up considerably.

Despite the game picking up, Chelsea were unable to level the score before the break. Jose Mourinho will need to start thinking about what sort of adjustments he's going to make, as the Blues will need at least a goal in the second half if they want to return home with a point.There's still plenty of time to do just that, and Chelsea have plenty of additional attacking options on the bench if they need to change the personnel.

As a reminder, keep things clean, civil, and free from direction or links to illegal streams. Let's go Blues!

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