Marcus Alonso's brace secures victory for Chelsea, Huddersfield extend winning start [Photos]

Catch the best photo highlights from Premier League's Super Sunday – Chelsea beat London rivals Tottenham 2-1 and Huddersfield secure landmark win in West Yorkshire after 45 years

FP Sports August 21, 2017 13:19:40 IST
Chelsea's Marcos Alonso gave his side the lead in the 24th minute of the London Derby with a stunning freekick into the top left corner. A despairing dive from Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris wasn't enough to stop the ball-curling away from him. Reuters
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Chelsea's Marcos Alonso gave his side the lead in the 24th minute of the London Derby with a stunning freekick into the top left corner. A despairing dive from Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris wasn't enough to stop the ball-curling away from him. Reuters
Despite Harry Kane's eight shots on goal, the Tottenham striker could not find the back of the net against Chelsea. He came as close as hitting the post but his goal-less drought in the month of August in Premier League continued AP
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Despite Harry Kane's eight shots on goal, the Tottenham striker could not find the back of the net against Chelsea. He came as close as hitting the post but his goal-less drought in the month of August in Premier League continued AP
Michy Batshuayi who came as a second-half substitute, headed one back into his own net giving Spurs the equalisier in the 82nd minute of the match. Reuters
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Michy Batshuayi who came as a second-half substitute, headed one back into his own net giving Spurs the equalisier in the 82nd minute of the match. Reuters
Alonso came to the Blues' rescue for the second time in the match helping the defending champions take the lead again. Hugo Lloris let a rather regulation save through him just two minutes before the injury time, giving Chelsea all 3 points. Reuters
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Alonso came to the Blues' rescue for the second time in the match helping the defending champions take the lead again. Hugo Lloris let a rather regulation save through him just two minutes before the injury time, giving Chelsea all 3 points. Reuters
Chelsea team and manager Antonio Conte celebrate in front of their fans after securing their first win of the 2017/18 campaign. It was Tottenham's first match at their new home Wembley Stadium. AP
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Chelsea team and manager Antonio Conte celebrate in front of their fans after securing their first win of the 2017/18 campaign. It was Tottenham's first match at their new home Wembley Stadium. AP
After a goal less first half, Huddersfield Town’s Aaron Mooy scored a screamer past Rob Elliot for the first goal of the game in the 50th minute, which turned out to be the only goal of the match. Reuters
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After a goal less first half, Huddersfield Town’s Aaron Mooy scored a screamer past Rob Elliot for the first goal of the game in the 50th minute, which turned out to be the only goal of the match. Reuters
Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez faced their second loss in as many games. The loss against Huddersfield will hurt them dearly as they had thumped the side 3-1 in their Championship meeting in March early this year. Reuters
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Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez faced their second loss in as many games. The loss against Huddersfield will hurt them dearly as they had thumped the side 3-1 in their Championship meeting in March early this year. Reuters
The John Smith's stadium in West Yorkshire was filled with ecstatic Huddersfield Town fans who enjoyed the club's first victory in top-flight football in 45 years. Reuters
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The John Smith's stadium in West Yorkshire was filled with ecstatic Huddersfield Town fans who enjoyed the club's first victory in top-flight football in 45 years. Reuters
With two wins as well as clean sheets, the newly promoted side moved upto the second spot on the Premier League table only behind Manchester United. The players greeted the home fans after their second successive win. Reuters
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With two wins as well as clean sheets, the newly promoted side moved upto the second spot on the Premier League table only behind Manchester United. The players greeted the home fans after their second successive win. Reuters