Tottenham beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to end Blues' top 4 dreams: match report
ESPN FC break down Chelsea's defeat at the Bridge.
"Spurs began brightly, with Alli going close following Eriksen's cross after 10 minutes. Chelsea were next to threaten when Eden Hazard's dangerous run found Willian, whose deflected effort was palmed away by Hugo Lloris. The Frenchman was then beaten by Marcos Alonso, but the Spaniard was correctly ruled offside.
"The hosts took the lead when Victor Moses' cross was nodded in by Alvaro Morata, who made the most of Lloris' suspect positioning and failure to catch the ball.
"Willy Caballero then had to rush out to block Eriksen's route to goal, but he had no answer to the Dane's dipping strike a minute before half time. There appeared little danger when Eriksen gathered the ball around 25 yards out but he unleashed a thunderous, swirving effort that left Caballero stranded.
"Chelsea's stand-in keeper was then at his best on the hour mark, diving to his right to tip Son Heung-Min's curling effort round the post. He could do nothing to stop Alli a minute later, though, with the Tottenham man superbly controlling a long ball and finishing off the post.
"Alli did not have to wait long for his 36th top flight goal as he eventually slid the ball home after Caballero had initially denied Son."