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Alli scored either side of half-time to
earn Spurs only their second Premier League victory over the Blues in
14 attempts and deny Chelsea a record-equalling 14th consecutive
top-flight win.
Daily trust reported that the story might have been different had Eden Hazard’s fifth-minute shot
not fizzed wide but after Victor Wanyama and Christian Eriksen shot
wide from range, Alli met Eriksen’s cross on the stroke of half-time.
Chelsea threatened through Diego Costa and Hazard, the latter heading
wide from close-range, but Alli made no mistake when invited to score
Eriksen again.
Spurs’ fifth consecutive home league success sends them third and within seven points of Antonio Conte’s leaders.

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