1. Chelsea are a good side
After a terrible start to the season, Chelsea’s trip to in-form Tottenham on Sunday was the ultimate test in seeing if the Blues can turn their season around.
And despite failing to win, the champions put in arguably their best performance of the campaign to date to draw 0-0 and take a good point away from White Hart Lane.
With Diego Costa benched, Eden Hazard, Pedro, Willian and Oscar linked up well in attack as Jose Mourinho’s side looked dangerous in the opening period.
Spurs came back into it more in the second half but Chelsea’s defence stood strong as they showed there’s still plenty of fight and desire in their camp.