3 positive & 1 negative story at Chelsea today
• Although Chelsea are now 8 points behind the Spurs, Cezar Azpilicueta admits it's too early to tap out: 'We have to make sure we fight until the end'.
• Chelsea Women have had an extremely saturated schedule, as they played 5 important matches in three different competitions in a matter of two weeks, and Ladies' coach Emma Hayes told she was proud of the girls who kept fighting through the fatigue.
• Former referee Keith Hackett has claimed that two Tottenham players should've been sent off against Chelsea.
• Tottenham fans targeted Marcos Alonso, reminding the lethal car collision incident which happened back in 2011, as they sang songs and handed out flyers with the same words: "YIDS, Alonso he's a KILLER driver, North London is ours."