LONDON (AP) — Once Hakim Ziyech's curling, dipping strike landed in the Tottenham goal, Chelsea never looked back. Sure, it took until two minutes into the second half to break the deadlock and the Moroccan was justified in ranking it “10 out of 10." But the space gifted for Thiago Silva's header from Mason Mount's free kick in the 55th minute to seal a 2-0 win on Sunday was a snapshot of this most lopsided of London rivalries. Chelsea should never have doubted its four-match winless run in the
Liverpool reduced the gap at the top to nine points after their 3-1 win at Crystal Palace.
<strong>Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham: </strong>The Moroccan winger shone to illustrate the extent of the challenge facing Antonio Conte with Spurs