In a chaotic match on Monday, Chelsea emerged victorious over their bitter rivals Tottenham. The game saw Spurs reduced to nine men with red cards issued to Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie. Taking advantage of the two-man advantage, Nicolas Jackson of Chelsea completed a hat-trick with two stoppage time goals, securing their victory.
Tempers continued to run high after the match, with footage revealing that Bissouma, a Chelsea midfielder, refused to shake hands with Conor Gallagher. This led to a confrontation between the two players, with Oliver Skipp of Tottenham and Marc Cucurella of Chelsea stepping in to separate them. Son Heung-min, Tottenham’s captain, was seen speaking to Gallagher after the incident.
Bissouma’s frustration was evident as he walked off the pitch, as he kicked a bag of footballs in anger. The actions of Bissouma divided fans on social media, with Chelsea supporters criticizing him while Spurs fans saw his frustration as a sign of passion.
Tottenham will aim to bounce back from their defeat when they face Wolves on Saturday, while Chelsea faces another tough test against league leaders Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.