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Tottenham boss Maurico Pochettino said: "Chelsea had only one shot on target and it was a good save from Hugo Lloris. They did not do much to win the game, we deserved more, we tried to win it. I think Chelsea will be happy with the point. It is more important to them than us."
Jose Mourinho said: "I have my team back playing as a team again, we have better spirit. I look to the future we have three matches at Stamford Bridge in December and Manchester United and Leicester away.
"I think a good December awaits us."
Ryan Mason rolled his ankle and went off injured, with Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino saying that the midfielder will be assessed in the coming days.
If that was 2 of the Premier League's better teams, then there is no reason why Leicester City can't win the league
Jose Mourinho said: "I am more than happy with the performance. I am happy with the team collectively. It was the best Chelsea performance of the season, against a dangerous team. My players did everything to try and interpret my defensive ideas the with ball.
"We had control of the game and had the best chances.
"My team deserved more than a point."
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says his players are "heroes" for the effort they put in this afternoon. He agrees that that was Chelsea's best showing of the season.
Jose Mourinho said he has "no issue" with Diego Costa after the striker was left on the bench for the match and appeared to throw his bib at the Chelsea manager.
"If he (Costa) watched the game with some attention from the bench he will know what is needed from him."
Do we agree that that was Chelsea's best showing of the season? And where can they go from here?
Eden Hazard says they are targeting the top four. That would be some achievement from here...
It's good to see a player being unhappy for not playing. Unlike some players who are just happy to sit on the bench and take their money.
'The best Chelsea of the season' is Jose Mourinho's analysis of the game. he is a happy man after that showing.
Full reaction to come.
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard: "It's always difficult to play here, last season we lost 5-3 and we tried to get revenge. It is a good result, we didn't have many good chances but Hugo Lloris made a good save from me.
"A beautiful save, the game could have been a win for us if that goes in."
Well what did you make of that? Was it a good result for either team? How frustrated must Diego Costa be? Will there be ramifications for throwing his bib?
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walebakare: Costa not happy... I doubt there would be any hugs and kisses after this.
Ar vind: If Spurs are really ambitious of a top 4 spot, they need to be beating teams in the bottom half of table.
Jonny Duchezeau: What a rubbish game, Chelsea are embarrassingly poor. 1 shot on target? Dreadful
Nicolas Anelka was known as 'Le Sulk' at times during his career but perhaps current Chelsea striker Diego Costa is made of similar stuff.
He was left out of the side today and after spending most of the second-half warming up, he was not brought on. As Chelsea's final replacement came on in added time the striker threw his bib behind him, landing at the feet of manager Jose Mourinho.
All over. No midday classic at the Lane.
You know it's been a slow game when an unused sub chucking his bib may well be the highlight...
Ruben Loftus-Cheek replaces Pedro to kill a bit of time, that's Chelsea's final sub and Diego Costa chucks his bib towards Jose Mourinho! Not happy.
There are FOUR minutes added on...
Martin Smith: If you sack me Roman, I'm taking my ball with me.
Dave Prince: I can't catch a break. Let's see if I can catch this ball ..... Oops!
Peter Campbell: He's done it! José has caught the golden snitch!
Cliff Brown: They say I don't have a magnetic personality anymore huh? Well look, LOOK!
Chelsea do make a change but it's not Diego Costa coming on but Kenedy - he is on instead of Willian.
One shot each in this half. Harry Kane tries an overhead kick but misses the ball. Petering out to a 0-0.
Five minutes left. Diego Costa continues to warm-up.
Chris Warren: If I can't win, then I'm taking my ball back
Sheldon W. Serrao: Mourinho to the Magic 8 Ball: "Will I lose my job before Christmas? *shake* ... Ask again later??
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You put a lot of thought into that one Mathew, good to see.
Back on the pitch Chelsea keep the ball alive and Pedro's cross is a good one - but Toby Alderweireld heads clear.
Mathew Penistone: Ahhh a ball. My circus could use one of these for Deluded and Paranoid, our ball juggling seals.
Mark Bates: If I keep this we can't concede.
Donald: Wonder if I can increase my team's possession stats by holding on to this ball a little longer.
In a 30-second spell which rather sums up the Premier League at the moment, a defensive error lets Chelsea in but Eden Hazard and Oscar don't quite have the skill or the composure to capitalise and Spurs recover, before giving the ball away again.
Robert Kovacs: Use the force Jose.
Stewart Craig: "Precious, my precious"
Elliot: If you can't score with your feet, try using your hands...'
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Fresh legs needed, and Spurs send on Clinton Njie for Son Heung-min. Can he revitalise this one?
Marsh: After a terrible start to the season the "Special One" resorts to his former career as a magician at kids parties.
Declan cairns: Hope Eden doesn't kick me when I catch this.
ciaran poole: After his management career started stalling, Jose turns to volleyball.
Eden Hazard had Chelsea's first effort on target in the 68th minute - but they had to wait 70 to have one against Manchester City in August. Will they have another? Will either side have another? Both teams playing like sides who had long midweek trips now. Ponderous.
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Alex Percival: Watch this! This is why I could let Cech go!
Greg Henderson: Look, I am so Special I can levitate footballs.
Andrew Priestley: I wonder if I can hold onto this ball for longer than I can hold onto my job?
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Ooooh but there we go! Cracking save from Hugo Lloris! Eden Hazard arriving on a deep left-wing cross, almost Van Basten style, hits a volley low and hard and Lloris reacts superbly to push it around the post.
Good luck to any of our friends in the media who have been commissioned to write a 'five things we learned' from this game...
The first half was a good nil-nil, this is just a nil-nil.
Chelsea do have a presentable counter-attack on the cards but Willian's ball from right to centre is undercooked and Pedro can't gather it in.