Eden Hazard has called on his Chelsea teammates to put the 3:1 defeat to Spurs behind them and focus on putting up better performances in future games.
Spurs beat Chelsea convincingly as the Blues failed to turn up from the blast of the whistle, only to go 2 goals down in the first 20 minutes of the game.
The usual suspects in the likes of Dele Alli and Harry Kane scored the first two goals for Spurs before Son scored the third.
Olivier Giroud scored the consolation goal for the Blues as their unbeaten run came to an end.
Chelsea now sit 4th on the log and are 7 points behind red-hot leaders Manchester City.
The Blues will now focus on the Europa League fixture against PAOK Thessaloniki on Thursday before welcoming fellow Londoners Fulham to Stamford Bridge in their next Premier League game.
Speaking after the loss in a chat with the club’s official website, Hazard said:
“We didn’t play a good game and everybody could see that.
“We started the game very badly and conceded two goals early. Against this kind of team, when you are 2-0 down, it is hard to come back. We tried but it was not enough.
“It is hard to start a game after 15 minutes when we have conceded two goals. We tried, but then we pushed and conceded another one at the start of the second half.
“We had a bad game and we just need to forget about this and move forward. We need to analyse everything and then maybe talk together, and try to win again.”