Chelsea haven't lost at home to Tottenham since the formation of the Premier League and won’t want to start when the they lock horns at Stamford Bridge tomorrow night.
Spurs have rarely come close to causing an upset but a shock looked like it may have been on the cards on September 16, 2003.
Freddie Kanoute put Spurs 1-0 up but only for a matter of minutes as Frank Lampard put the game back in the balance before an Adrian Mutu double and a Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink strike made the game safe for the Blues.
I’m sure you'll remember controversial striker Mutu who spent a year as a Chelsea player.
The Romanian forward was part of Roman Abramovich's first spending spree, still in its infancy at this point, and cost the Blues £15.8million from Parma.
Mutu's Chelsea career got off to a flying start when he scored four goals in his first three games but then his season slowed as he went on to make 27 appearances and score eight goals.
However, in September 2004 he failed a drugs test for cocaine and was then sacked by the club. Seemingly unable to stay away from controversy Mutu was recently accused of arriving visibly drunk at the Indian embassy seeking a visa but he has gone on to deny the claims.
On this occasion, Spurs' lead didn't last long when two goals in two minutes put Chelsea back in command, Lampard turned home a Jesper Gronkjaer cross and then Mutu latched on to a perfectly-timed Damien Duff through ball to sweep home Chelsea's second of the game.
The killer third goal came 15 minutes from time with Joe Cole playing the architect as he sent Mutu through one-on-one and the forward finished clinically.
Tottenham briefly looked like they may find a way back into the game when Kanoute plundered his second, yet a late strike from Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink sealed the game for the home side.
Hasselbaink was a fan favourite during his four year spell at Chelsea where he scored 69 goals in 139 games and is now dipping his toe in the management pool and has taken on the top job at Burton Albion.
This memorable 4-2 result pushed Chelsea up to third as then boss Claudio Ranieri looked to qualify for the Champions League. On the other hand, for Spurs this marked their worst ever start to a Premier League Campaign as the pressure was piled on Glenn Hoddle.
Chelsea went onto to finish fourth this season and qualify for the Champions League but it wasn't enough for Ranieri to keep his job as he was replaced with Jose Mourinho.
And Hoddle didn't fair any better as he was sacked before the end of September after his side picked up just four points from their opening six games.
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