CHELSEA were 2-1 winners over Tottenham in Saturday's early kick-off.
But they still had reason to be aggrieved as Giovani Lo Celso escaped red for a stamp on Cesar Azpilicueta, despite VAR later admitting he should have been sent off.
Follow all the latest Chelsea gossip, updates and news below…
I WANT MAUR
Chelsea are reportedly monitoring striker Mauro Icardi's situation at Paris Saint-Germain as they weigh up a summer transfer.
Icardi, who is owned by Inter Milan, joined PSG on an initial loan deal last summer and the French champions have the option to make the move permanent for around £54.4million.
However, the Argentine forward would have to 'endorse' the move and Chelsea are among the teams considering an approach if the transfer falls through.
Icardi and wife-slash-agent Wanda Nara reportedly wouldn't be against a return to Italy but a return to Inter looks unlikely.
In an interview with Chi magazine, Nara admitted: “I don't know if next year we will live in Milan or Paris.
“In football you never know what will happen.”
According toGazzetta dello Sport , Chelsea are said to have taken note of the 27-year-old's situation, with Real Madrid and Juventus also keeping an eye on developments.
From bad to worse!
Former Chelsea star Eden Hazard will miss the Champions League clash with Manchester City AND El Clasico after breaking a leg in Real Madrid's clash with Levante.
Hazard had only just returned from injury in what has been a nightmare first season at the Bernabeu.
The attacker has just one goal for Real this campaign as his move has turned hellish.
But he could now be ruled out for the rest of the season.
Hazard was sidelined from November to February with an ankle injury.
He has already missed 20 games with injury since his big move to Real Madrid.
HAZARD A GUESS
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has revealed that Eden Hazard has suffered another injury.
The Belgian international is a major doubt to face Man City in the Champions League on Wednesday after limping out of the clash against Levante
Hazard had only just come back from an ankle injury that sidelined him for nearly three months.
Speaking of the player, Zidane said: “I think it's a knock to the same area where he suffered his last injury and it does not look good.”
MARC MY WORDS
Chelsea fans, sit back and enjoy Marcos Alonso's special winner against Spurs on Saturday.
NO WAY, JOSE
Former Liverpool ace Steve Nicol has slammed Jose Mourinho after his post-match interview where he spoke of Spurs' striker crisis after their defeat against Chelsea.
The ESPN pundit said: “Who is he kidding?
“I would have some sympathy for him if Tottenham had been playing out of the back, playing balls up front and the ball was ricocheting off whoever was playing up top and they couldn’t hold it up.
“The fact is, they could have had Harry Kane playing today, it you’d have made no difference whatsoever.
“They couldn’t play it out of the back, but they’re not good enough, and when they did play it long they just booted it.
“They weren’t trying to drop the ball into somebody up front, they were just kicking it. Regardless of whether it was Harry Kane or Heung-Min Son, it could have been anybody and it wouldn’t have made a difference – that’s how bad they were.”
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