Tottenham vs. Chelsea: Premier League Live Score, Highlights, Recap
Tottenham Hotspur 1 (Sigurdsson 19)
Chelsea 1 (Terry 65)
White Hart Lane, London, England
Chelsea captain John Terry claimed a point for his team after Gylfi Sigurdsson had given Tottenham a 19th-minute lead in a pulsating London derby at White Hart Lane.
Spurs dominated the opening period with Christian Eriksen proving an astute buy for Andre Villas-Boas, and his ball to Roberto Soldado was placed into the path of the Iceland international, who got ahead of Terry to slot home.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho brought on Juan Mata for the second period and the difference was tangible.
The Spain international's free-kick in the 65th minute found Terry inside the area for the equaliser.
FT: Tottenham 1 Chelsea 1 John Terry cancels out Gylfi Sigurdsson's opener for Spurs. But Fernando Torres is sent off for the Blues.
Neat play from Defoe and Sigurdsson frees striker for shot, but effort is deflected wide.
Clever ball from Dawson finds Sigurdsson and Iceland international's effort just drops wide of Cech's post.
Dembele enters the ref's notebook for dissent after a foul on Mata.
Lloris is quick off his line to deny Schurrle.
Soldado is replaced by Jermain Defoe for Tottenham.
Dawson shown the yellow card for a foul on Torres.
Mata ball out to Hazard on the left flank is inch perfect, but the Belgian's cross is poor.
Andre Schurrle replaces Hazard and Lewis Holtby comes on for Eriksen.
Vertonghen cautioned for a clattering tackle on Ramires.
Forget Mourinho v AVB. This is now Torres v Vertonghen.— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) September 28, 2013
Chelsea have been a far different proposition in the second half with Mata on the field. The Torres-Vertonghen battle in particular is heating up.
Mata puts the ball away with a lovely finish from Torres' knockdown, but it's ruled out for offside. Ivanovic enters the ref's notebook and Dean calls Terry across to calm his team down.
Torres then breaks into the area with a great run but is denied by Lloris. Replays of incident with Vertonghen show Chelsea striker is lucky not to receive red card.
Torres receives senseless yellow card for tripping Vertonghen with little danger to either side.
Great run by Torres ended with fine cross into the area, but Mata just unable to connect properly at the far post.
Tottenham get the second period under way.
Mata comes on for John Obi Mikel for the second half.
Eriksen cautioned for pulling back Oscar. Terry then heads just over Ramires' ball into the Tottenham box.
Townsend dances down the right flank before finding Paulinho inside the Chelsea area, but his shot hits the side-netting.
Andros Townsend is first player into the book for diving before Hugo Lloris saves well for Tottenham from Oscar.
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