Following the conclusion of the action in North London, a slew of Chelsea players have been lauded.
Rudiger, Silva, and Alonso shined brightly throughout the match, demonstrating why the Pensioners are many people's favorite to win the English Premier League at the end of the season.
Chelsea's total dominance of their capital rivals this evening, though, was orchestrated by one man.
Who is this mysterious individual? Tuchel, Thomas
The Blues' manager did not panic as his team struggled to get off to a good start at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, instead reorganizing his squad.
Chelsea quickly gained a footing in the game thanks to such efforts, until a crucial half-time change — N'Golo Kante for Mason Mount – shifted the momentum decisively in their favor.
Tuchel's stars simply out-thought, out-fought, and out-played their Spurs counterparts in every element of the game after settling into a more clear-cut style, showing excellent money for their final 3-0 triumph.
Have the big-spending antics of people in positions of power at Stamford Bridge assisted Chelsea's chances in reestablishing the club as one of the world's elite over the previous couple of seasons? Yes, of course.
But, as proven yet again this evening, it was the choice to take a chance on their new head coach that has actually turned the Blues' fortunes around, with years of trophy-laden glory looking almost certain to lie ahead as the Tuchel-Chelsea train continues to gather up pace.
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