Tottenham’s first match at Wembley Stadium turned sour despite their 68% ball possession which eventually gave the blues a 1-0 lead through Marcos Alonso’s free-kick which came in the 24th minutes, putting the visitors in the lead but was also faced with heated pressure from the home side.
The pressure mounted by the visitors did not give them any goal, but it paid off in the 82nd minutes when Chelsea substitute Batshuayi did the home side a favour by beautifully nodding an own-goal in the 82nd minutes to level up and put more tension on the blues.
Marcus Alonso who opened scoring for the blues sealed up scoring for the day when he breezed in from the left flank to give a long range shot which passed through the goalkeeper in the 88nd minutes to give the blues the victory.
The loss ends Tottenham’s 19-game home Premier League unbeaten record, with Chelsea becoming the first side to win at Spurs since Southampton in May 2016. The win also means Tottenham have lost their past four games against Chelsea at Wembley stadium.