Hot, very hot. duel between Chelsea You Tottenham explode in tension, and between the cross Thomas Tuchel You Antonio ConteCoach was the best example of what he experienced in one of the most important crosses of the second date. Premier League, The visiting team’s draw unleashed Conte’s wild celebration, which ended in a face-off with Tuchel, who came out to oppose a game action. All kinds of emotions were experienced in the Stamford Brigade, so much so that Tottenham tied the game again (Harry Kane) in remission time and ended 2–2.
In a game dominated by Chelsea, Pierre-mile Hojberg exposes his coach Conte’s madness. The Danish midfielder managed to face and score a strong mid-range shot for Tottenham’s encounter and a scandal broke out between the coaches of the two teams. The Italian coach fired shots for shouting round in the face of the German, who retaliated and had to separate them.
High tension between Tuchel and Conte:
According to local media, Tuchel was complaining to the referee about the Harwartz foul and that’s why he came face-to-face with Conte, pushed. After a sharp cross, the referee, Anthony Taylor, showed them both the yellow cards.
Chelsea’s claim of the German coach was pushing those in charge of VAR to review a possible foul on Havertz before the goal and if Richardson obstructed Edouard Mendy’s sight.
Far from being quiet, every sporting action was a cauldron, especially for the two coaches. Even as Chelsea took the lead again with a goal from Reece James, the German manager ran madly to celebrate the advantage and passed in front of Conte.
And the result of the match was equal to or more explosive than the first cross between Conte and Tuchel, as Kane’s stoppage time equalizer resulted in a total explosion of the Italian coach. He shook hands in the final greeting with Tuchel, it was so intense but the Chelsea coach did not let go of Conte’s hand and said “look me in the eye”. Immediately, the assistants of both the coaches, players and security personnel tried to separate them. Both DTs were expelled.
At the end of the match, the German coach lowered the tone of the controversy. “I thought you looked into the other’s eyes when you shake hands and Antonio had a different opinion. I was excited and happy when he tied us up. Then I got a little angry but nothing big happened. I didn’t. You know… Did we both get red cards? I guess it wasn’t necessary but a lot of things weren’t necessary today. Another bad decision by the referee.” He continued: “There was no problem. We’re passionate, it’s football, we love it. It’s not necessary to continue commenting for the topic to continue to grow bigger and bigger. This is the sport, this is the Premier League. , we like it. We’re the emotional coach on the court and that’s it. If we cross paths, we cross paths. Yeah no no. It’s not a problem. It’s a football game, guys, it’s It’s between men, between two competitors. Nothing bad happened.”
However, Tuchel complained about the referee’s various mistakes: “Both goals should not have been validated. The only team that deserved the win was us. I don’t know how many tactical fouls Hojberg and Bentancur committed today.” . Since when can we pull each other’s hair in a football match? they checked and nothing happened, absolutely ridiculous”, he said, later referring to Christian Romero’s infringement on Mark Cucurella.
Instead, Conte cut out any questions about it altogether: “I don’t want to comment on the situation because I don’t think it’s the most important thing. If there’s a problem it’s between me and him.” Not to others. I insist: let’s talk about the game. Not the end position. We are here to talk about football, not about the issue between the coaches, ”Italian he said.
Summary of the tie between Chelsea and Tottenham:
Cutie Romero pulled a rival’s hair:
Bloody and almost always on edge, Argentine defender Tottenham, Christian “QT” Romero, went unnoticed at the Hot London Classic. He had a good run in the last row, but it was in evidence during a corner, when he pulled the hair of Spanish Mark Cucurella, a Chelsea footballer (with whom he already had a cross during the match).
The actions of Romero, a player of the Argentine national team, were recorded on TV cameras but were not approved. Then, at Kane’s sore equalizer, he celebrated enthusiastically in front of an opponent.