Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink suffered a nasty-looking fall during a post-match melee with Spurs last night.
The 69-year-old tumbled backwards over the dugout seats after seemingly getting shoved by someone near the tunnel. Spurs defender Danny Rose nearly fell on top of the Dutchman as people frantically raced to his aid.
Hiddink’s fall led to confrontations between Diego Costa and Rose, with Spurs goalkeeper Michel Vorm also getting involved.
As the players grappled with each other, Hiddink was helped to his feet by stewards before heading down the tunnel.
The high-tempered match condemned Spurs to another season without the Premier League title, despite pushing Leicester City agonisingly close. Nine Tottenham players and three Chelsea players were booked during the game.
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Disgraceful scenes, we think you’ll agree.
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