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There had been angry words between the two managers before that. A first half in which the tension between the two benches spilled over into a sharp exchange between Lampard and Mourinho over which there was the usual making up later. Even before then there was Mourinho’s latest omission of Dele Alli, left out the squad once again and no end currently in sight to this breakdown in the relationship between player and manager. … [Read more...] about Tottenham hold their nerve to see off Chelsea in penalty shootout to make Carabao Cup quarter-finals
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