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Tottenham Hotspur fans delight as their Stamford Bridge curse is over


Chelsea fans were utterly fuming to see their record against Tottenham Hotspur gone in the game at Stamford Bridge this weekend, and it’s hard to blame them.

The season has gone from bad to worse, and manager Antonio Conte is nailed on to leave the club this summer after yet another failing, and it seems that the Blues will be forced to play in the Europa League next season to add insult to injury, and it’s certainly not something their fans are happy about.

People also brought up the fact that the Blues have lost their mojo against Arsenal under Conte, along with losing key players and seeing Lionel Messi score against them as well, and it’s time for the manager to go.

The record

Teams that have beaten Chelsea at Stamford Bridge since Spurs last won there in February 1990 – before today.
Everton (2)
Oxford Utd (FA Cup)
Sheffield Wednesday (3 – once in League Cup)
Southampton (3 – once in Full Members’ Cup)
Leeds (4)
Norwich (3)
Manchester United (9 – twice in FA Cup, plus once in Champions League)
Sheffield United (2)
Manchester City (4)
Aston Villa (5)
Blackburn (3)
Arsenal (7 – once in FA Cup)
West Ham (4)
Nottingham Forest
Stoke (League Cup)
Wimbledon (2)
Blackpool (League Cup)
Huddersfield (League Cup)
Lazio (Champions League)
Sunderland (3)
Charlton (2)
Southampton (2)
Besiktas (Champions League)
Liverpool (6 – once in League Cup)
Barcelona (Champions League)
Inter (Champions League)
Newcastle (2 – once in League Cup)
Queens Park Rangers
Basel (Champions League)
Atletico Madrid (Champions League)
Bradford City (FA Cup)
Crystal Palace (3)
Bournemouth (2)
Paris Saint-Germain (Champions League)



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