Chelsea ended their poor run of form with a convincing 2-0 victory against Spurs on Sunday.
The Blues travelled to the ground of their London rivals having tasted defeat in four of their last five Premier League games.
But the got off to a brilliant start when Willian powered the ball home in the 12th minute.
Frank Lampard's side extended their lead in stoppage time when Willian scored his second of the game from the penalty spot.
And, with Son Heung-min receiving his marching orders in the second half, Chelsea cruised to an easy victory.
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One man who would have been watching in interest is former Chelsea defender, John Terry.
Terry is currently assistant manager at Aston Villa but, of course, remains a fan of the west London club.
He enjoyed getting the better of Spurs while he was Chelsea captain and he took the opportunity to mock them on Instagram after the result.
On a post from Chelsea of Frank Lampard celebrating the win, Terry wrote: "3 point Lane. Some things never change."
That is, of course, a reference to all the times Terry and Chelsea travelled to White Hart Lane and won all three points.
Captain, Leader, Troll.
Terry became a Chelsea legend during his 22-year spell a the club. Fans of the club will no doubt want him back in some capacity in the near future, whether that be working under Lampard or not.
Terry isn't the only former Chelsea player that enjoyed the win.
Eden Hazard left the club in the summer but showed his happiness when Willian opened the scoring.
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