Chelsea defeated Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 in the 11th round of the 2023-24 Premier League (PL) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, on Sunday at 5:00 a.m. ET. With the win, Chelsea leapfrogged into 10th place with 15 points (W4 D3 L4 D17 G12, +5).
It didn’t start well. Tottenham took an early lead through Dejan Krzysztof Kuluczewski. Chelsea fought back to equalize. They were awarded a penalty kick (PK) when Cristian Romero was sent off for a direct challenge after video assistant referee (VAR) review. Cole Palmer stepped up to the plate and calmly slotted home the equalizer. To make matters worse for Spurs, they lost Mickey van der Penn and James Maddison to injury. The first half ended 1-1 with the score tied at one goal apiece.토토사이트
The second half was an 11-on-9 affair. Tottenham even had Destiny Udoji sent off for accumulating yellow cards. Chelsea pulled the reins in hopes of turning the game around, bringing on Mark Cucurella and then Mikhail Mourinho.
Chelsea continued to attack the back four. Jackson was the solution. In the 30th minute, Raheem Sterling broke down the opposition line with a quick penetration. From a one-on-one opportunity, the ball was played into the center of the box, where Jackson slotted it home. With nine minutes of stoppage time, the one-sided game continued.
Jackson’s toes exploded. In the 49th minute, Gallagher broke down the right flank. Jackson slotted home the cutback to complete his multi-goal haul. It wasn’t over yet. In the 52nd minute, he capped off his hat-trick with a calm finish in a one-on-one opportunity after receiving a pass from Palmer.
In the end, Chelsea defeated Tottenham to win the London derby. The spotlight was on Jackson. In particular, his celebration of the final goal has been the talk of the town. It was Cristiano Ronaldo’s signature “SIU” move. Jackson jumped half a lap before landing on the ground with his arms outstretched. A voice could be heard on the replay screen chanting “SIU” along with Jackson. Jackson’s gesture has become a favorite across the United Kingdom.