A stoppage-time goal from Harry Kane earned Tottenham Hotspur a 2-2 draw against Chelsea in a thrilling contest at Stamford Bridge.
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Chelsea had to make do with a draw from their first home game of the season after twice having their lead snatched away from them during an emotionally charged London derby.
The Spurs striker headed in from substitute Ivan Perisic’s corner in the sixth minute of added time.
Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea twice went ahead, firstly through Kalidou Koulibaly, volleying in superbly to score his first goal for the club, and Reece James.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg scored the other Spurs goal either side of the Chelsea strikes.
Tottenham Hotspur goalscorer Harry Kane said .”I’m happy with the way we fought back, especially in the second half and it’s a really nice feeling to get that goal at the end. I kind of flicked it and I wasn’t sure where it went, I saw the net rustling and the away fans cheering”
Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel said,”It was emotional at the end, me and Antonio had different opinions. It’s football, it’s the game, it’s the Premier League. It’s between two competitors. We were absolutely brilliant in the game, only one team deserved to win and I’m sorry we didn’t get what we deserve.”