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James Maddison hits out at John Terry celebrating Chelsea win vs Tottenham

Dejan Kulusevski gave Spurs an early lead but Ange Postecoglou’s side were reduced to 10 men in the 33rd minute following Cristian Romero’s red card on Enzo Fernandez inside the area, which allowed Cole Palmer to equalise for Chelsea from the penalty spot.


After receiving his second yellow card of the match in the 55th minute, Nicolas Jackson scored a hat-trick to give Chelsea a 4-1 victory, leaving Spurs reduced to nine men.

Terry and his wife Toni danced and sang during their post-game festivities, which he shared on Instagram on Tuesday.

“When Chelsea beats Spurs 4-1 on a school night and the tequila comes out, and you end up dancing and singing on the bar,” Terry wrote as the video’s caption.

The midfielder for Spurs, Maddison, responded angrily, saying, “Jesus, u have ur closed when it was 11 v 11 first 15 JT?”

Terry then said, “Don’t worry mate you will,” in response, along with an emoji for laughter.


James Maddison hit back after John Terry celebrated Chelsea's win over Tottenham

Meanwhile, Conor Gallagher, who was involved in an altercation with Yves Bissouma after the full-time whistle, described Chelsea’s win as ‘the craziest game’.

“It was the most peculiar game I’ve played recently,” Gallagher remarked.

“Even though it was the craziest game, we won, and that’s all that was needed,” I said after the game. Thus, while it was an odd game, it was enjoyable.

It was absurd. Sincerely, I had no idea what was going on, but ultimately, we settle for the three points and move on.

It’s a huge victory. We’re remaining focused and looking forward to the next game, which is going to be huge once more, despite the difficult run of games we have left. We are eager to resume our work and get ready for the upcoming game.


‘Would not be a good spot’: Pundit says £42m player absolutely shouldn’t sign for Tottenham


Kalvin Phillips’ Manchester City future remains up in the air as the midfielder struggles for minutes at the Etihad.

Since joining City in the summer, the so-called Yorkshire Pirlo has hardly played, and there are now rumors that he may be leaving the team.

One team that has been linked to Phillips in recent months is Tottenham Hotspur. However, speaking on ESPN, Janusz Michallik said that Phillips shouldn’t sign with Spurs in January since he still wouldn’t receive the required minutes if he moved to north London.

Phillips shouldn’t join Tottenham

Regarding the £42 million player’s next move, the commentator offered his opinion.

“I’m not sure, Spurs. James Maddison and the center back position are both injured, but he wouldn’t fill that job. In the middle of the pitch, they have strength. There is little doubt that if he were to sign with Spurs, he would not be assured a spot in the first team if he wanted to play in the Euros. If he believes he needs to go at this point, it should ideally be to a club where he can be guaranteed a spot in the first team. Spurs would not be a smart place to go right now, in Michallik’s opinion.

Wouldn’t get in the team

Even if we don’t want to make Phillips’ current situation worse, it must be acknowledged that he most likely wouldn’t fit in with the Spurs squad as it stands.

This season, Tottenham’s midfield duo of Pape Sarr and Yves Bissouma have been outstanding, and with Rodrigo Bentancur expected to make his comeback from injury, the competition for spots will only get fiercer.

Phillips’ career wouldn’t advance if he signed with Tottenham since he might end up in a situation similar to his current one.

Phillips should sign with a team that will provide him minutes in the starting lineup.


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