England youngster, Dele Alli scored two goals in the second half as Tottenham Hotspur beat Chelsea 2-1 for their first victory at Stamford Bridge in 28 years.
Tottenham Hotspurs trailed heading into the closing stages of the first half after Alvaro Morata capitalised on a Hugo Lloris error to nod his side in front.
A superb strike from Christian Eriksen soon had Spurs on level terms, however, and Alli – barely given a look-in by Gareth Southgate during the international break – netted two of his own to earn Spurs the rarest of away wins against their London rivals.
A first victory on enemy territory since 1990, spanning 30 matches in all competitions, puts Chelsea eight points behind their opponents in the race for a top-four finish.
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