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Tottenham's Own Goal Somehow Makes Chelsea Look Competent

Watch out. Chelsea’s dumb meltdowns are apparently contagious.

The Blues got a much-needed 2-0 win against Tottenham this afternoon, earning all three points thanks mostly to a nifty Pedro goal. But Chelsea were able to relax with a two-goal cushion during the match’s final few minutes because of a truly pathetic blunder from Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier—the kind of inexplicably bizarre moment we’re much more used to seeing out of Maurizio Sarri’s squad this year.

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Chasing down the ball in his own end after a goal kick, Trippier had barely any pressure, plenty of time and space, and a friendly goalkeeper running up to meet him. And somehow, with all that in his favor, the Spurs man still committed a hilarious howler by passing it past Lloris and into a gaping net for a slow, horrific goal that was 100 percent his fault.

Expect Chelsea to sign Trippier up any day now.

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