To end the contest between Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte, Harry Kane struck an equaliser.

In a tense contest that put Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte against one another, Harry Kane's equaliser in stoppage time gave Tottenham Hotspur a 2-2 draw against Chelsea.

In the London derby at Stamford Bridge, Reece James' goal on the 78th minute gave the Blues all three points, but Kane saved a point for the visitors with a corner kick in the 96th.

Kalidou Koulibaly's fantastic volley of Marc Cuquerella's corner gave Chelsea the lead as they dominated the most of the game. It was Koulibaly's first Premier League goal.

Spurs equalized in the second half in controversial circumstances when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg headed past Edward Mendy despite Chelsea's appeals for a possible foul and offside.

Due to this, Conte and Tuchel had their first on-field altercation.

With just 12 minutes remaining, Sterling set up James to put Chelsea 2-1 up

The Premier League has seen many manager-coach confrontations over the years, and Conte and Tuchel's rising hostility was evident throughout this match and even after it was ended when both coaches were dismissed by Anthony Taylor.