Chelsea welcome Tottenham Hotspur yesterday for their second premier League match of the season which ended in 2-2 drawl
Chelsea maintained first half lead with a brilliant goal from new singing, Kalidou Koulibaly with a brilliant cross from second new signing, Cucurella
The ‘beef’ all started when the first goal from Tottenham came as both coach couldn’t contain their perform reaction
(Video) Watch Conte and Thomas Tuchel Clash during and after match in Stamford bridge; Received games banned
Chelsea dominated the first half and fully deserved the 19th minute lead they earned when their two summer signings combined, Kalidou Koulibaly flashing home a powerful volley from Marc Cucurella’s corner.
Spurs struggled to make any sort of impression, Kane missing their best opportunity, but drew level after 68 minutes when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s shot beat Edouard Mendy.
Chelsea were furious that referee Anthony Taylor had failed to penalise Rodrigo Bentancur for a challenge on Kai Havertz, the ensuing melee leading to face-to-face fury between the two managers which ended with both Chelsea boss Tuchel and Spurs counterpart Conte receiving yellow cards.
Once order had been restored, Chelsea were back in front as James scored from Raheem Sterling’s pass, the fired up Tuchel celebrating by sprinting past Conte along the touch in elation.
Chelsea thought they had made it six points from two games until Kane headed in Ivan Perisic’s corner – the antipathy not ending there as a handshake between Tuchel and Conte developed into another bust-up between the pair which ended with them both getting their marching orders
Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte found themselves dismissed by referee Anthony Taylor following a second bust-up right after the final whistle.
It looked like the Spurs boss shook the hand of the leader of the opposition team without malice and was about to make his way to the travelling supporters before Tuchel kept hold of his hand, resulting in yet another altercation.
It was an ugly scene on the pitch, with coaching staff and substitutes getting involved. Both managers made their way down the tunnel immediately after what happened. Emotions were running high due to Harry Kane’s late equaliser.
In the first altercation, Tuchel and Conte were given yellow cards. The Blues manager was lucky not to see himself sent off shortly after when he left his dugout to celebrate Reece James’ goal in what was a Jose Mourinho-esque reaction.