Chelsea and Tottenham met today in a pre-season friendly as the London rivals prepare for the new Premier League season. The game ended 2-2 with Hakim Ziyech producing a wonderful performance in the game.
Chelsea started the game well and took the lead in no time through Hakim Ziyech after a tactical interception by Kante in midfield. The first half ended 1-0 in favour of chelsea.
Coming into the second half, the attacker scored again in the 49th minute, making it 2-0 in favour of chelsea.
However chelsea failed to hold on to thier lead as Spurs battled back from 2-0 down to secure a pre-season friendly draw at Stamford bridge. It was a fair score for both teams.
Meanwhile, Chelsea fans wasted no time in praising Hakim Ziyech following his amazing performance in today's game against Tottenham. Not doubting it, the Algerian attacker was at his best today and his performance marvelled fans.
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