Chelsea dominated possession yesterday but had no clear chance to score. That's a testimony to the kind of coach Mourinho is. He's back to his best. The Spurs team is now a well oiled team tactically with a strong defence typical of teams coached by Mourinho. I noticed something yesterday. In order to silence Timo Werner and limit Chelsea’s attacking movements from the left flank. Moussa Sissoko, one of Mourinho's double pivot was static on the pitch for ninety minutes. For once, he never joined the attack. It was like an instruction, "Don't leave this area". I also have to give Lampard credit for the way Chelsea played. He's becoming more tactically sound even though Olivier Giroud should have been subbed on as early as the 60th minute. Those crosses from Ziyech and Reece James were begging for Giroud's head. Last season, Chelsea could have lost this game. That naivety of Lampard's first season is gradually going away.