Tottenham Hotspur hosted Chelsea on Sunday in a fierce London derby which ended 3-0 in favor of Thomas Tuchel's side.
Following the encounter between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea on Sunday, here is the best combined starting XI including players from both teams.
Potential Team Formation: 3-4-3
Goalkeeper : Mendy [Chelsea]
Defenders: Rüdiger [Chelsea], Silva[ Chelsea], Azpilicueta [ Chelsea]
Midfielders: Alonso[ Chelsea], Kanté [ Chelsea] , Jorginho [ Chelsea], Reece James [Chelsea]
Attackers: Romelu Lukaku[ Chelsea], Havertz[ Chelsea], Harry Kane [ Tottenham Hotspur]
Meanwhile, it is good to clearly know that the player selection was done based on the quality and performance of the players in the English Premier League. And based on the mentioned criteria above, Chelsea players have proven to be excellent this season, and that is why they dominate the team.
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