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Summary

  1. Alonso scores twice as Chelsea beat Tottenham
  2. Champions bounce back from opening-day loss
  3. Defeat for Spurs in first league game at Wembley
  4. Mooy strike earns Huddersfield 1-0 win over Newcastle
  5. Terriers have six points from two games
  6. Newcastle lost both first two matches

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By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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That just about wraps things up on an entertaining day of Premier League action.

The champions are up and running while the new boys are upsetting the odds. It's going to be a good season, I can feel it.

Match of the Day 2 is on BBC One at 22:30 BST. We'll see you later.

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Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte tells BBC Sport: "We only have to think on the pitch and not to give answers to people. This moment is not easy for us but I am very happy to have this group of players because they showed me great commitment, desire and will to improve after a great season. We only need to focus on the pitch, outside does not matter for us."

'We are together'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea

Chelsea wing-back Marcos Alonso: "I don't think I have struck many free-kicks better, not even in training. I am very happy for the win. There was a lot of talk in the week and it showed we are together, we worked hard and we 100% deserved the win. I decided to take the free-kick and it went well.

"We tried to more of the ball in the second half but they were pressing a lot. We were compact and it was a very good game from us.

"David Luiz did such a good job today, a very good game from him. To get the winner in front of the fans was great."

'Luiz was amazing'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

David Luiz
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More from Antonio Conte, speaking about David Luiz: "His performance was amazing. He played with great discipline, intelligence and in a difficult game with a new system, he was amazing."

"This is a perfect response of the champions. We won the league last season, winning 30 games, and that is not easy. We lost in the final of the FA Cup. We have arrived in some problems with bans and injuries but we must be ready to work and focus on the pitch. The club is trying its best in the transfer market to improve our squad but I must be happy."

On Alvaro Morata: "He could have scored but his work was incredible. For sure he can improve a lot but he showed his physicality and his technique in a difficult game.

On Tiemoue Bakayoko: "He worked a lot in the last 10 days and I saw a lot of improvement from him otherwise I would not have started him. He can improve and adapt to our football."

'I asked them to show me spirit'

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Chelsea

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte to Sky Sports: "First of all I want to thank my players because their commitment, their desire and heart they put on the pitch was incredible in what has been a very difficult moment for us. I am very pleased with the will to fight for every ball and they showed me the desire of last season is still there.

"Our fans were incredible today to push us in every moment and a good day for us.

"Honestly, the game against Burnley we outplayed them, just look at the stats. We had 62% possession and had eight shots and created more chances despite playing with 10 men. It was a bad first half but the performance in the second half was pleasing. Today I asked them to show me spirit and they did."

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SB03: We shouldn't be ranting at Lloris too much after all he's done for Tottenham.

Sho Rahman: Yes Spurs dominated the ball, but they struggled to create clear-cut chances. Chelsea deserved it.

RedCrits: Will people drop the whole ridiculous Chelsea crisis talk now please?

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Kane's August blues - the stats

  • Spurs’ 19-game home Premier League unbeaten run has come to an end, with Chelsea the first side to beat Spurs away from home since Southampton in May 2016.
  • Tottenham have lost seven of their last nine matches at Wembley (W1 D1) and lost each of their last four games against Chelsea there.
  • Harry Kane had eight shots, his most in a Premier League game without finding the net.
  • Kane has now had 34 shots and played 12 games in the month of August without scoring in the Premier League.
  • Marcos Alonso has scored two direct free-kicks in the Premier League since the start of last season, with only Philippe Coutinho (3) scoring more.
  • Since the start of last season, no Chelsea player has scored more Premier League braces than Alonso (2, level with Diego Costa and Eden Hazard).
  • Pedro has assisted a goal in three of his last four Premier League substitute appearances.
  • Michy Batshuayi was the first substitute to score an own-goal for Chelsea in the Premier League since Michael Duberry against Leicester City in April 1999.
  • The last four goals Spurs have conceded from outside the box in all competitions have all been scored by Chelsea.
  • Chelsea have never lost when they’ve been leading at half-time under Antonio Conte in the Premier League (W20 D2).

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MUFCTDD: Conte's histrionics are just tedious. Some would call it passion, I would call it pathetic.

I quite enjoy a manager's enthusiastic celebration, myself...

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'We were unlucky today'

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Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino to BBC Sport: "I am disappointed because we deserved more but they were very clinical with two shots on target and two goals. We dominated and we were better but if you are not clinical, you can lose like today.

"We are one step ahead than last season. We were much better in every aspect of the game than Chelsea, they were just clinical. I am not frustrated or upset I am happy with the performance of the players. We are working hard, there are plenty of games to play.

Should Hugo Lloris have done better with the second goal? "Sure, but that is football. It is about the team's performance. We were unlucky today, deserved more but we need to keep going."

On losing at Wembley again: "What can we do? What can I do? It is a perception from the media. I said before and will say it again, it is not about Wembley, it is our performance. Playing that way we can win lots of games."

How the table looks

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Top of the table after three games sees Huddersfield, yes Huddersfield, joint top with Manchester United and West Brom. The Terriers are the only side with a 100% record in Premier League history...

Chelsea move up to 12th after winning their first game of the season while Tottenham are ninth.

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'Chelsea are resolute'

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Ian Wright

Former Arsenal & England striker on 6-0-6

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Spurs could not have done much more - they created chances for themselves. But Chelsea are resolute, they dig in and that's why they're champions.

'It's nothing to do with the stadium'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham defender Ben Davies, speaking to Sky Sports: "It is difficult when you lose the game, we felt like we created some decent chances but in the end it was not enough. Their aim was to make it difficult for us, they did do that but didn't pose much of a threat.

"It is nothing to do with the stadium. We put in a decent performance today and on another day we could have won."

'Chelsea's professionalism is testament to them'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Ian Wright

Former Arsenal & England striker on 6-0-6

Alonso's was such a good free-kick. As soon as it was awarded I noticed that it was in the area where, if he gets it over the wall, there's enough of the goal to aim at that the keeper won't be able to get near it. You can't blame Lloris' positioning, you just have to accept it.

Whereas I do think he is to blame for conceding the winner.

Chelsea's professionalism, and the way they continue to work for their manager and play well, is testament to them.

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Unlucky Spurs?

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Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker at Wembley for 5 live Sport

Tottenham didn't deserve this result. This wasn't the Wembley factor - Spurs will demonstrate this season that they will more often than not get it right. Just not today.

Alonso does it again

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Michy Batshuayi owes this man a big pint of orange juice, or whatever it is that footballers drink. Two goals for Marcos Alonso earns Chelsea their first win of the season.

The last time a Chelsea player scored twice away from in the Premier League was at Leicester back in January. The man who bagged a brace that day? Marcos Alonso.

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'Chelsea displayed all their inner belief'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker at Wembley for 5 live Sport

Antonio Conte celebrates
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You feel for Tottenham a little bit. Spurs dominated the second half but Chelsea did a job on them. The champions were pushed back but defended really well.

When Tottenham got the equaliser you thought they'd go on to win it, but Chelsea displayed all their inner belief.

Today we saw the Chelsea of last season.

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Wembley is swiftly emptying but the Chelsea fans are not going anywhere just yet. They cheer their team as Antonio Conte gathers his players to applaud their support.

It's now eight defeats, one draw and one win for Tottenham in their last 10 games at Wembley.

FULL-TIME

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

All over and Tottenham's first Premier League home game at Wembley ends in defeat.

For Chelsea, their title defence is up and running.

Tottenham players looked dissapointed
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Jaleel Oladipo: A keeper of Lloris' quality should be saving that.

lfcway: Lloris should save that all day long.

Javel Bleach: Dreadful from Lloris - first the throw out, then the goal.

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Harry Kane flicks a long ball forward on for Vincent Janssen but Chelsea sweep up.

Seconds left. It looks like the points are going Chelsea's way.

'The Blues simply do not know when they're beaten'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker at Wembley for 5 live Sport

You've got to admire Chelsea's resilience.

After last season it looked as though only one team could go on and win this, but like last season the Blues simply do not know when they're beaten.

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Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Great celebrations from Antonio Conte as he jumped over the advertising boards to hug his technical staff when Marcos Alonso scored.

Into the first of four added on minutes as Vincent Janssen replaces Kieran Trippier for Tottenham.

'It's the fault of the keeper'

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker at Wembley for 5 live Sport

Incredible from Chelsea!

Antonio Conte was busy appealing for a penalty for his team while the ball is slid into Marcos Alonso who is charging into the box.

But it's the fault of the keeper, who allows the shot to go straight through him. Lloris would have been better off blocking that shot with his feet. It's a poor goalkeeping error.

GOAL - Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Marcos Alonso

What a response!

Marcos Alonso has probably spared Michy Batshuayi's blushes as he swiftly restores Chelsea's lead.

David Luiz wins the ball in midfield from Moussa Sissoko and finds Pedro, who in turn feeds Alonso on the overlap inside the box and the full-back drives the ball across Hugo Lloris and into the far corner.

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YELLOW CARD

Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea

Marcos Alonso picks up a yellow card as Tottenham win their 14th corner of the game but, once again, it comes to nothing.

Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea

Michy Batshuayi was no doubt wary of Toby Alderweireld lurking behind him but it was a terrible error all the same.

Five minutes left for one of the two sides to find a winner.

'Tottenham are deservedly level'

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Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker at Wembley for 5 live Sport

I'm sure Antonio Conte will feel aggrieved that the free-kick was given in the first place. But that is all about Eriksen's delivery - it was a wonderful ball in, and catastrophe for Batshuayi.

Tottenham are deservedly level.

GOAL - Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea

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Impact sub!

Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has his head in his hands as he powers a header into his own net from Christian Eriksen's free-kick. That might even have been his first touch after coming on.

Suddenly Tottenham fans have their voices back and Wembley is a cauldron of noise again.

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SUBSTITUTION

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

A second change for Tottenham as Moussa Sissoko is sent on for the final 10 minutes, replacing Ben Davies.

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

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Chelsea have been sitting so deep to protect their slender advantage - only two players spending most of the game beyond the halfway line.

SUBSTITUTION

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Double change for Chelsea as Willian - Chelsea's best player in this half - is replaced by Pedro while Alvaro Morata comes off for Michy Batshuayi.

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Mousa Dembele bursts forward for Tottenham as the hosts try their luck again. Marcos Alonso can't keep up with him before Dembele tries to play in Harry Kane but the ball runs just out of the striker's reach.

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'Lloris was beaten'

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker at Wembley for 5 live Sport

Is Willian hitting the post the wake-up call that Tottenham need? Lloris was beaten as Willian's effort crashed against his post.

HITS THE WOODWORK

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Willian almost puts the game to bed with a fizzing drive from distance. Hugo Lloris is beaten but the Spurs keeper is relieved to see the ball bounce back off the post. Tottenham's determination to get forward is leaving gaps at the back.

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Dennis Ethan: Rudiger has been immense for Chelsea.

Steve Ladbrook: What is Anthony Taylor doing? All these Spurs red card tackles...

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Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Willian is Chelsea's driving force when they look to counter. Once again he pushes the play upfield before finding Alvaro Morata, but his shot is deflected behind.

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SUBSTITUTION

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Time for a change for Tottenham as Son Heung-min is sent on for Eric Dier. Immediately Son gets involved, teeing up Victor Wanyama but he shoots well over.

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

A second goal for Chelsea would surely condemn Tottenham to another Wembley defeat. The Blues have rarely looked like getting it, but there's a promising moment as Willian breaks forward before a well-timed Ben Davies tackle ends his run.

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