It is a shame that Tottenham did not get all three points today as Chelsea's performance was absolutely terrible, having no clear goal threats.
On the other hand, Tottenham had great opportunities to score and, had it not been for goal-line clearances from Ashely Cole and Gary Cahill and some fantastic saves by Petr Cech, Chelsea would have forfeited the game easily.
The midfield area was completely crowded out and none of the Chelsea players found themselves in adequate space. Daniel Sturridge and Ramires were both non-entities throughout the game.
The Spurs had a total of 20 shots, four of which were on target, while Chelsea had only nine, out of only two were on target. The Spurs also enjoyed a great share of the possession with 55 percent.
However, it was surprising that Chelsea did not change their tactics and employ another form of offense. The midfield are had too many players and Chelsea's full backs were poor going forward.
The likes of Kyle Walker (man of the match) and Benoit Assou-Ekotto ventured forward and looked sharp throughout the game.