Chelsea 4-0 Tottenham: Destiny out of our hands - Jose Mourinho
Manager Jose Mourinho says Chelsea are still not in control of their Premier League destiny despite beating 10-man Tottenham 4-0 to sit seven points clear at the top of the table.
Chelsea had struggled to break the dead lock until Jan Vertonghen's error let Samuel Eto'o in to fire the Blues ahead. Younes Kaboul was then sent off for fouling Eto'o and Eden Hazard slotted home the resulting penalty, before Demba Ba's brace sealed victory for the home side.
Despite Chelsea's points-gap Mourinho says he would prefer to be in Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City's position as they have games in hand on his side.