A Dele Alli double helped the Spurs open up an eight-point lead over city rivals Chelsea.
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In the time it took Tottenham Hotspur to register their first league win at Stamford Bridge since 1990, Chelsea had won 22 trophies.This was a hugely symbolic win for Spurs. Victory opened up an eight-point lead over fifth-placed Chelsea with just seven games of the Premier League campaign left. The club are close to guaranteeing a third straight season of Champions League football, as their new 62,000 capacity stadium nears completion. Tottenham have now beaten Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal this season.
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