Dele Alli brought a show to Stamford Bridge to help Tottenham break a 28-year drought with a 3 – 1 victory over Chelsea overnight.

As if Alli shy’s away from controversy, his opening goals was almost as outrageous as his celebration. His first, a smoothly hit two-touch through ball from left wing:

 

“I’m sure people will still be disappointed with the way I played today. I don’t think I had to prove (anything) with the way I played,” Alli told reporters – following on from his provocative celebration in-front of Chelsea supporters.

His second came just minutes later in the 66th, with a scrappy tap-in through congestion in the box.

And if the humiliating home loss wasn’t enough to bear; the loss also means there will be no Champions League for the Blues in 2019. The Spurs now have an eight-point lead over the fifth-placed Chelsea.

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