Tottenham Hotspur 2-3 Chelsea
September 16th, 2001
After Teddy Sheringham had twice cancelled out two Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink goals, the second a hotly disputed penalty.
Frank Lampard was sent off late on for lashing out at Chris Perry, before Marcel Desailly reacted quickest to head in a late winner for the visitors.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Chelsea
November 5th, 2006
Claude Makelele opened the scoring with an uncharacteristic volley from 25-yards to put Chelsea ahead, but Michael Dawson rose highest to nod Spurs level.
A Robbie Keane inspired second-half display saw the hosts hit the front through Aaron Lennon, before John Terry's dismissal capped a miserable day for The Blues.
Tottenham Hotspur 4-4 Chelsea
March 20th, 2008
As memorable a contest between these two London rivals came after Tottenham had trumped Chelsea in the Carling Cup final at Wembley, and The Blues began with revenge in mind.
Didier Drogba headed the visitors ahead, before Michael Essien's deflected shot put Chelsea back in front following Jonathan Woodgate's leveller.
Joe Cole struck decisively to double their advantage, but Dimitar Berbatov's header and Tom Huddlestone's drive restored parity.
Cole's solo effort looked to have stolen the points either 10 minutes left, but Robbie Keane's long-range effort meant the points were shared.News Now - Sport News