VIDEO| Hot London derby: Kane steals victory for Chelsea in 96th minute, Conte and Tuchel clinch

Harry Kane scored a goal in the 96th minute that saved Tottenham from defeat/photo: EPA-EFE/ANDY RAIN

The players of Chelsea and Tottenham played in the first big derby of the new season in the Premier League, and after a lot of tension on and off the field and the conflict between the two coaches, the match ended without a winner 2:2. Chelsea became without victory in the 96th minute when Harry Kane scored for the final 2:2.

The "Blues" started the match well and took the lead in the 19th minute with the goal of Kalidou Koulibaly, who beat Hugo Lloris with a great shot after Cucurella's corner.

In the continuation of the meeting, the Chelsea players had the initiative and were the better team on the field, but they failed to score a second goal. In the second half, the manager of Tottenham, Antonio Conte, changed the formation and it bore fruit. Pierre Hoiberg scored in the 68th minute to make it 1:1, but before that the referee did not award a foul on Havertz and with that they broke the tension.


Conte celebrated Hoiberg's goal by getting into Tuchel's face, who in turn got angry and their verbal duel brought a several-minute stoppage.

Just five minutes later, Tuchel hit back at Conte after Rhys-James' goal gave Chelsea a 2-1 lead. And when it looked like Chelsea was going to celebrate, and the "blues" fans started celebrating the triumph, Harry Kane in the 96th minute was the highest in the jump and scored with a precise header for the final 2:2.

The end of the match brought a new duel between Conte and Tuchel. Both managers shook hands and Tuchel had something to say to Conte, but luckily a major incident was averted and both managers received red cards.

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