Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea
It was Indeed a big game. The both teams were at their best.
Tottenham were excellent in the first half and opened the scoring through a fine Gylfi Sigurdsson goal, before Paulinho clipped the outside of the post just before the break. But the relentless Mourinho took the bull by the horn by making some good changes. Mourinho's half-time tactical substitutions and the introduction of Juan Mata, with the Spaniard adding much-needed spark in the final third and setting up John Terry’s equaliser. As Chelsea turned the tide, they looked the more likely winners but their chances of taking all three points disappeared with the red card shown to Fernando Torres for a second booking following a challenge with Jan Vertonghen.
Torres was dismissed for a second bookable offence eight minutes from time after clashing with Jan Vertonghen - although TV replays hinted that the striker could feel aggrieved.