Chelsea stars Mateo Kovacic, Antonio Rudiger and Hakim Ziyech tucked into food and cans of Fanta as they celebrated their 3-0 win over rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The Blues travelled to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday where they dominated the home side with goals coming from unlikely sources in Thiago Silva, N’Golo Kante and Antonio Rudiger.
Victory saw Thomas Tuchel’s side go top of the Premier League table, level on points and goal difference with Liverpool.
And the Chelsea trio revelled in their win by enjoying tasty treats as they watched the Sky Sports pundits review the game on Super Sunday.
They would have heard Roy Keane’s harsh words to describe their London rivals after a disappointing display from Nuno Espirito Santo’s team.
Keane in his trademark critical manner called the game a “men versus boys” affair while highlighting Spurs’ lack of desire.
The former Man United captain also took time to mention how Chelsea possessed quality in abundance, which the three Blues players also would have enjoyed hearing.
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The match was played against the backdrop of legendary striker Jimmy Greaves’ passing at the age of 81.
Greaves had played for both Spurs and Chelsea over his 23-year career, recording incredible stats in the process.
He remains Spurs’ top-scorer ever with 220 goals along with his 44 goals in 57 appearances for the England national team.
Players and fans stood to applaud Greaves prior to kick-off as Tottenham legends lined up to pay their respects.
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