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Diễn biến chính

81'
M. Kovačić
R. Barkley
80'
D. Sánchez
M. Sissoko
76'
Willian
Pedro
73'
M. Sissoko
Thẻ vàng
68'
Lucas Moura
Llorente
66'
Azpilicueta
Thẻ vàng
56'
N. Kanté
Thẻ vàng
53'
Jorginho
Thẻ vàng
50'
D. Rose
Kiến tạo
50'
Llorente
Goal
Trận đấu bắt đầu
38'
Azpilicueta
Kiến tạo
38'
E. Hazard
Goal
33'
D. Rose
B. Davies
27'
N. Kanté
Goal
Trận đấu bắt đầu
2
3
3
1

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10
4
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Chelsea are through to the EFL Cup final as they convert all four of their penalties with Eric Dier and Lucas Moura missing for Spurs, as the Blues book their ticket to Wembley where they will take on Manchester City on February 24.
FULL-TIME: CHELSEA 2-1 TOTTENHAM (2-2 on aggregate, 4-2 on penalties).
CHELSEA ARE THROUGH TO THE FINAL! David Luiz takes a lengthy run up before slotting a fierce penalty into the bottom corrner! The Blues are going to Wembley!
CRUCIAL SAVE! Chelsea on the brink of a Wembley final as Lucas' penalty is at a comfortable height for Kepa, who guesses right to parry!
COOL AS YOU'D LIKE! Advantage Chelsea as they take a 3-2 lead, with Jorginho rolling his penalty into the bottom corner.
DIER SKIES IT! It remains 2-2 as Spurs are the first to miss, with Dier unable to hold his nerve as his effort sails over the bar!
TERRIFIC PENALTY! Chelsea make it 2-2 and that was as emphatic as could be! Azpilicueta didn't hesitate in the slightest as he walked up and hammered his penalty into the top corner. No doubt about it.
STAYING PERFECT! Spurs lead 2-1 in the shoot-out as Lamela sneaks his penalty beyond the reach of Kepa! That was just about unstoppable.
NO MISTAKE! Make that 1-1 as Willian responds, sending Gazzaniga the wrong way with a little hesitation in the build-up.
ADVANTAGE SPURS! It's 1-0 Tottenham as Eriksen converts confidently into the bottom corner with the first penalty, with Kepa hardly moving a muscle.
Chelsea have lost four of their last five penalty shoot-outs in the EFL Cup, winning only versus Fulham at Stamford Bridge in September 2011.
After losing seven consecutive penalty shoot-outs in all competitions, Spurs have won their last two, both of which came in the EFL Cup.
Off to penalties at Stamford Bridge as Fernando Llorente's header pulled Spurs level on aggregate following Chelsea's dominant first half, as there's nothing to separate these sides across 180 minutes.
90' + 4' FULL-TIME: CHELSEA 2-1 TOTTENHAM (2-2 on aggregate).
90' + 4' THAT WAS THE CHANCE! A massive opportunity for Giroud to send Chelsea to Wembley goes begging as he can't hit the target with a header from 12 yards on the end of a delicious delivery from Emerson!
90' + 2' Two chances for Willian, and both go betting. An inviting cross in from the left is scuffed by Giroud, but it falls for Willian, who smashes his shot straight into a defender! Back come Chelsea moments later and Willian shoots from 25 yards this time, but lashes his effort miles over.
90' There will be four minutes added on at the end of this match.
89' The fate of penalties seems to have settle in as reality for these sides. Spurs are passing it around at the back, looking to run time off the clock when they get in possession, while Chelsea are struggling to create anything of note as Spurs have so many bodies behind the ball.
87' Spurs have set up camp in defence, playing with five at the back as they look to get this into penalties and take their chances there. They've only really had two chances tonight, and they're not looking keen to carve out another, with their focus on keeping Chelsea out for the final few minutes.
85' Into the final five minutes and with the tempo dropping off, penalties are looking likely. Still plenty of time for late drama, though, and Chelsea would seem likelier to find it, enjoying the bulk of possession and attempting more than three times as many shots as Spurs in this match.
83' Both sides won their most recent penalty shoot-out - Spurs over Watford in September in the EFL Cup, and Chelsea over Norwich in January 2018 in the FA Cup.
M. Kovačić
R. Barkley
Chelsea
81' A second Chelsea change sees Kovacic come on for Barkley in a straight swap in midfield.
D. Sánchez
M. Sissoko
Tottenham Hotspur
80' Yet another injury for Spurs as Sissoko is helped off the pitch, replaced by Sanchez as the visitors are forced into their final change.
78' A chorus of boos ring out from the Spurs supporters as Sissoko goes down after being taken out by his own team-mate Aurier. Chelsea play on with Sissoko on the pitch, which enrages the Spurs contingent in Stamford Bridge, before play finally comes to a halt with the Blues winning a corner.
Willian
Pedro
Chelsea
76' Chelsea go to the bench for the first time tonight as Willian is brought on for the final 15 minutes at the expense of Pedro.
74' INCHES WIDE! Hazard bursts through down the right channel on the end of another clever ball from Azpilicueta, and he lets fly from 20 yards, but his effort just bends beyond the far post!
M. Sissoko
Thẻ vàng
Tottenham Hotspur
73' Sissoko hacks down Jorginho rather hastily in midfield, and that will see the Spurs midfielder into the book.
72' The tempo has dropped off a bit as these sides gear up for the final 20 minutes. It's getting rather fiesty out on the pitch as the physicality continues to increase. Tempers are constantly rising.
70' Chelsea have lost both of their meetings with Tottenham in all competitions this season – the last time they lost three games against the same opponent in a season was vs Manchester City in 2012-13.
Lucas Moura
Llorente
Tottenham Hotspur
68' Spurs' second change of the match sees Lucas replace Llorente in attack. The visitors may be playing with a false nine now.
Azpilicueta
Thẻ vàng
Chelsea
66' Spurs look to break quickly but Azpilicueta says no, putting in a professional foul to prevent a counter as he's issued a yellow card.
66' IMPORTANT SAVE! Chelsea respond with some lovely passing of their own in tight spaces in and around the penalty area. Kante eventually picks out Pedro, who takes two clever touches to open up a shooting lane, but it's a bit too central as Gazzaniga saves on the line!
64' WHAT A CHANCE! Pochettino drops to his knees on the touchline as Eriksen picks out a pass of stunning quality for Llorente, serving the ball up on a platter for the striker with what would have been one of the assists of the season, but Llorente fails to make clean contact!
62' It's all getting a bit feisty, as it's perfectly poised for the final 30 minutes. Both sides are playing with a bit more urgency and intent, with the game's next goal sure to prove decisive.
60' Llorente has scored eight goals in his last five starts for Tottenham in all competitions.
58' JUST WIDE! A massive let-off for Spurs as Kante carves his way through midfield before playing Hazard through in acres of space on the left. The Belgian bursts into the area and takes aim, but uncharacteristically misses the target at the near post!
N. Kanté
Thẻ vàng
Chelsea
56' It's a yellow card for Kante, a second in quick succession for Chelsea. He will be walking a tight line the rest of the way.
55' Is Kante in a bit of hot water? About three seconds after the referee awards Chelsea a free-kick, Kante needlessly retaliates as he catches Rose with a late and agressive challenge. It sends Rose to ground in a heap, and the referee is quick to rush over as players gather near the touchline. Tempers are rising...
53' Sarri is issued a yellow card as well, for pleading with the referee and questioning why Dier wasn't booked earlier in the match. The referee produces a yellow and Sarri immediately writes something in his notebook. That's the referee's name on the naughty list, then.
Jorginho
Thẻ vàng
Chelsea
53' Jorginho becomes the first player booked in this match as catches Rose with a bad foul. Chelsea are just losing their composure a bit here...
52' Take note, the away goals rule does not apply here, meaning as things stand this match would head straight to penalties. That is because there is no extra time, either, in the EFL Cup as of this season.
D. Rose
Kiến tạo
Tottenham Hotspur
50' Absolutely exquisite delivery from Rose who did so well to hang that cross up for Llorente. It's exactly the sort of ball the striker tends to feast on.
Llorente
Goal
Tottenham Hotspur
50' SPURS ARE BACK IN THE TIE! It's 2-1 at Stamford Bridge and 2-2 on aggregate as Llorente pulls them right back in it with a terrific header on the end of an equally impressive delivery from Rose! Parity has been restored in the tie!
48' Better from Spurs to start this second half as a well-worked move in attack leads to a shooting chance for Alderweireld, but the centre-back lashes his effortmiles over the bar. That's a letdown, but the build-up should provide the visitors with a bit of encouragement.
46' Back underway at Stamford Bridge!
Spurs have looked a shell of themselves in the absence of three key members of their attack, but there are options for Mauricio Pochettino off the bench to try and help spark his side going forward, as they have just one shot - none on target - through 45 minutes.
Goals from N'Golo Kante and Eden Hazard have completely turned the tie around for Chelsea as they head into the break with a 2-1 lead on aggregagte, just 45 minutes away from booking their place in next month's final against Manchester City.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: CHELSEA 2-0 TOTTENHAM.
45' + 1' As a result of the two injury delays for David Luiz and Davies, there will be a minimum of three minutes added on at the end of this first half.
44' In all competitions, Chelsea have lost none of the 45 games in which Hazard has scored in at Stamford Bridge prior to this evening (P45 W38 D7 L0).
42' Llorente hasn't worried the Chelsea defence in the slightest. He lacks the pace to get onto the end of the throughballs Spurs have attempted, and he's been rather static off the ball. Support has been lacking as well, of course, as he's been quite isolated, with the visitors' approach doing nothing to help their striker's cause.
40' That goal has placed all the responsibility on Spurs as they will have to get forward now and attack. The visitors have yet to find any success in attack, but they're going to have to start taking a few more chances on the front foot as they haven't looked at all like scoring thus far.
Azpilicueta
Kiến tạo
Chelsea
38' Azpilicueta caps off a lovely run down the right flank with the perfect assist to tee up Hazard for that goal.
E. Hazard
Goal
Chelsea
38' CHELSEA DOUBLE THEIR LEAD! Hazard makes it 2-0 as he finishes a terrific team move, slotting into the far corner from eight yards on the end of a perfect assist from Azpilicueta from the right! It's been coming, and it's no less than the Blues deserve as they take a 2-1 lead on aggregate!
37' Spurs haven't been able to offer anything going forward, with Kepa still untested in the Chelsea goal. It's been a relatively straightforward half for the Blues in defence in general, as the visitors have lacked the sort of movement, intensity and urgency in attack that they so deseprately need.
35' Kante has scored four goals for Chelsea all competitions so far this season – as many as he managed in his previous three seasons in England combined (four).
D. Rose
B. Davies
Tottenham Hotspur
33' Rose comes on to replace Davies in a straight swap at left-back.
31' Spurs have a growing list of injuries as their squad depth is being tested. They can hardly afford to lose anyone else, but it looks unavoidable here as Davies goes down before signalling to the bench for a change. Yet another blow for Pochettino.
29' Kante's shot took a touch or two on the way through to put off Gazzaniga, who just couldn't close his legs on time, but that's a really poor goal for Spurs to concede. Sissoko was right there to clear it from eight yards but failed to deal with it, and the scope of the tie is completely changed now as a result.
N. Kanté
Goal
Chelsea
27' CHELSEA SNATCH THE LEAD! It's 1-0 at Stamford Bridge and 1-1 on aggregate as a corner isn't properly cleared, headed only as far as Kante who lashes an effort at goal from 20 yards. It somehow finds its way through the crowd, with Sissoko inexplicably failing to get a block in, before squeezing through the legs of Gazzaniga with the aid of a slight deflection!
25' Chelsea respond with a decent move and win a corner of their own. It's played short and eventually clipped in towards an unmarked Luiz at the far post, but the defender is caught off guard as he can't get the decisive touch!
23' A decent spell for Spurs sees them win a pair of corners, but Chelsea are up to the task defensively as neither amount to anything. The visitors seem to be lacking the required creativity thus far to really capitalise on their time in possession.
21' On just one of the five previous occasions that Chelsea lost the first leg of an EFL Cup semi-final tie have they progressed to the final, beating Arsenal 4-3 on aggregate in 1997-98 en route to winning the trophy.
19' Following a couple of prolonged spells of Chelsea possession, Spurs are back on the front foot looking to pull themselves back into the match. It has remained a rather uneventful start, but that's especially true for Spurs who have yet to even attempt a shot.
17' It's been well over a month since Dier's last start, and the midfielder looks off the pace in these opening stages. He's arriving late with his challenges, already commiting three fouls - none of which these Chelsea supporters appreciated - but somehow has escaped without being booked.
15' Hooked wide! A scramble ensues following a set-piece as Giroud's acrobatic volley is lashed back across the face of goal. It's met by Barkley, who puts it back into the danger area, but Rudiger scuffs his effort miles wide of the post as the chance amounts to nothing.
13' The foul count is rapidly rising as Spurs concede free-kick after free-kick. The game hasn't really been able to get going as a result, with all the stoppages preventing the match from getting into any sort of flow.
11' Tottenham are looking to win four games in a row against Chelsea in all competitions for the first time since a run of five between March 1961 and September 1963.
9' David Luiz is up and walking around following a lengthy delay, but he certainly appears to be in a lot of pain as he limps slowly off the pitch. Chelsea will be playing a man light for the time being until a decision is made surrounding David Luiz's participation in the rest of this match.
7' This is a concern for the Blues as David Luiz gets clattered into by Dier and picks up a nasty knock on his right knee. He seemed to over-extend it there as a result of the contact, as the training staff are brought out to attend to him.
5' Chelsea win the ball in midfield and break quickly and confidently, with Pedro picked out in space down the right. He cuts inside onto his left and tries to hammer a finish in at the near post, but Vertonghen gets a block in as Spurs escape the early warning.
3' Plenty of possession for Spurs in the early stages as they pass the ball around deep in their own end among the defence, with Chelsea not particularly keen to press too high up the pitch. It's all very pedestrian thus far.
1' AND THEY'RE OFF! Spurs in their white tops as they get the match underway, with Chelsea in all blue on this very cold night in London.
SUBS: Hugo Lloris, Danny Rose, Davinson Sanchez, Kyle Walker-Peters, Oliver Skipp, Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, Lucas Moura.
TOTTENHAM (4-2-3-1): Paulo Gazzaniga; Serge Aurier, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Ben Davies; Eric Dier, Harry Winks; Moussa Sissoko, Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela; Fernando Llorente.
SUBS: Willy Caballero, Ethan Ampadu, Marcos Alonso, Mateo Kovacic, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Willian, Lucaz Piazon.
CHELSEA (4-3-3): Kepa Arrizabalaga; Cesar Azpilicueta, David Luiz, Antonio Rudiger, Emerson; Jorginho, N'Golo Kante, Ross Barkley; Pedro, Eden Hazard, Olivier Giroud.
CONFIRMED TEAM NEWS:
Fernando Llorente leads the line for Spurs as Mauricio Pochettino is forced into six changes from the first leg. Harry Kane and Dele Alli miss out through injury, while Son Heung-min is away on Asian Cup duty, as Erik Lamela joins Christian Eriksen and Llorente in attack. Eric Dier makes his first start in over a month having recovered from his appendectomy, while Serge Aurier, Ben Davies and Jan Vertonghen are all restored in defence at the expense of Kieran Trippier, Davinson Sanchez and Danny Rose.
Maurizio Sarri makes four changes from the first leg, with Olivier Giroud and Pedro coming in to support Eden Hazard in attack, as Willian and Callum Hudson-Odoi drop to the bench. The midfield trio remains the same, with Ross Barkley again preferred to Mateo Kovacic, while David Luiz and Emerson are brought into defence. New striker Gonzalo Higuain signed after the Wednesday deadline, so he is ineligible to participate.
A chance at a trophy should be motivation enough for the Blues tonight, especially against a Spurs side who they have lost to twice already this season. And opportunity knocks for Chelsea as the injury bug has struck Tottenham with Harry Kane and Dele Alli, each of whom starred in that first leg, ruled out until March.
Chelsea followed up their first-leg defeat with a narrow win over Newcastle United, before stumbling at the weekend in a lifeless 2-0 defeat to Arsenal at Emirates Stadium which saw Maurizio Sarri throw heaps of criticism in the direction of his players, whom he insists are “extremely difficult to motivate”.
It’s been a tumultuous couple of weeks for both clubs since the first leg, however, as they are each feeling a bit of pressure to muster a positive result tonight in the hopes of instilling a bit of confidence in their sides heading into a terribly busy few weeks ahead.
A Harry Kane penalty settled the first leg at Wembley as Spurs bring with them a 1-0 aggregate lead into tonight’s second leg, with the winner set to move on to face Manchester City in the final on February 24.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the second leg of this EFL Cup semi-final as Chelsea welcome Tottenham to Stamford Bridge!
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