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Tottenham Overcome Blatant Red Cards and Chelsea Brace, Sending off Ensues

Tottenham fans were left stunned by a series of VAR decisions and controversial incidents during their match against Chelsea. The chaotic first half included disallowed goals, two-footed lunges, and red card controversies. Fans on social media dubbed it the "wildest half of the Premier League season so far."

In a thrilling first half of the Premier League clash between Tottenham and Chelsea, fans were left in disbelief as VAR controversies and red card incidents unfolded. The match began with Dejan Kulusevski scoring for Chelsea, thanks to a massive deflection, within just six minutes. Destiny Udogie escaped a red card for a dangerous two-footed lunge on Raheem Sterling. Sterling himself thought he had equalized, only for his goal to be disallowed due to handball. Cristian Romero also avoided a red card after a VAR check for a challenge on Levi Colwill.

The chaos continued as Moises Caicedo's goal from outside the box was ruled out for offside. The drama reached its peak when Romero fouled Enzo Fernandes in the penalty area, resulting in a straight red card. Fans took to social media to express their astonishment, labeling it the wildest half of the Premier League season so far.

Gary Neville, providing analysis on Sky Sports, criticized the referee's decisions, stating that Udogie should have been sent off and Romero was fortunate to escape punishment. He also commented on the penalty incident, describing Romero's challenge as reckless and deserving of a penalty. However, he questioned whether it warranted a red card.

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In addition to the VAR controversies and red card incidents, the first half saw goals from Cole Palmer and Nicholas Jackson, both surrounded by offside controversies. Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side, aiming to capitalize on their dominance, looked to climb back to the top spot in the Premier League, being the only unbeaten team after Arsenal's recent defeat.

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