CHELSEA’S Mateo Kovacic, Antonio Rudiger and Hakim Ziyech treated themselves to cans of Fanta and a takeaway as they celebrated victory over Tottenham.
The Blues trio enjoyed the tasty treats as they watched the Sky Sports pundits review the game on Super Sunday.
The Chelsea trio tucked into a takeaway while catching up on Super Sunday[/caption]
They will no doubt have been smiling while listening to Roy Keane tear into their crosstown rivals in his post-match comments.
The former Man United hardman fumed at what he saw as “men v boys” at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
While he said Chelsea had quality in abundance, Keane railed against Spurs’ lack of desire and claimed he “couldn’t believe how bad they were”.
Chelsea’s triumph came after news broke that England great Jimmy Greaves had passed away at the age of 81.
The legendary striker played for both Tottenham and Chelsea and remains Spurs’ record goalscorer.
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Players and fans stood to applaud Greaves before kick-off as Tottenham legends lined up to pay their respects at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
By the final whistle Rudiger had extra reason to celebrate after notching the third goal in the visitors’ 3-0 win.
The defender drilled home in stoppage time with a finish that would have made the late Greavsie proud.
Victory maintains Chelsea’s unbeaten start to the season and sees them joint-top of the Premier League with Liverpool.
Spurs meanwhile have let a bright August fade into a dull September with two league defeats in a row.