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Tuchel vs Conte passion or mere madness

Soccer derbies all over the world have always generated attention of proportional status,and everywhere it's not always rosy and beautiful as the game itself.This past London derby between long time rivals Chelsea and Totenham was no different.

An exhilarating match it was with enough goal action and tackles, which will make the news for decades to come including shameless pulling of hair,and even attrocious officiating which has again garnered protest action in the form of signed petitions from Chelsea faithfuls this match was one for the archives.

A well deserved stalemate for nuetrals which accumulated a quartet of goals,the biggest talking point for this collosal showdown was incidents between the two gaffers.Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte both brilliant coaches in their own rights became embroiled in not one but a trio of heated confrontations, which earned both mentors a sending off.

One question remains on all soccer followers lips and minds if it was passion or shere madness from the two giants of football,both known as strict disciplinarians who don't take any prisoners,one can wonder what got into their minds on this particular day.

The much talked about clash started when the white hart lane ,based side got an equalizer after Senegalese captain had volleyed the blues into an early lead.Conte,s excitement led him to celebrate in a confrontational manner which Tuchel didn't take kindly to.

A mini brawl ensured which got the Spurs coach seeing yellow,but when the hosts retained the lead the host coach,also came up with the same theatrics which fortunately didn't get a response, Totenham got a stoppage time equalizer to share the spoils.

After the game instead of the gaffers adhering to an old tradition of sportsmanship,the shaking of hands an all out brawl ensured.Which was embarrassing in all aspects

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