Chelsea star on Tottenham: I don’t get what all the fuss is about
GARY CAHILL admits Chelsea’s League Cup win over Tottenham in 2015 has given him the biggest satisfaction during his time so far with the Blues.
The England international completed a move from Bolton to Chelsea five years ago and has enjoyed plenty of success.
He has won the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League, Europa League and the League Cup during his time in west London.
And it’s success in the latter that has given him the most joy.
Gary Cahill says he enjoyed Chelsea's League Cup win over Spurs in 2015
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You would have thought we’d lost the Champions League final to them, I couldn’t believe so much fuss was made about one game
And Cahill insists the victory was made even sweeter by the fact Spurs had beaten them 5-3 two months previously in the league.
Cahill admits he couldn’t believe how much fuss was made about Tottenham’s win at White Hart Lane and he enjoyed the chance to take revenge when it mattered most.
"The game which gave me most satisfaction was the League Cup final against Tottenham in 2015, but I only say that because certain things in football stick with you," he told Chelsea's official website.
Gary Cahill has been a key player for Antonio Conte's side this season
Dele Alli scored twice against Chelsea earlier this month
"Earlier that season we lost 5-3 away against them, which happens, you lose games. But for months after that match I was always having to answer questions about it in interviews.
"You would have thought we’d lost the Champions League final to them, I couldn’t believe so much fuss was made about one game.
"Sometimes in football you get an opportunity to quieten a few people down so it was very satisfying when we beat them at Wembley."
Tottenham only recently ended Chelsea’s 13-game win streak as Dele Alli scored twice to stop Antonio Conte’s men making Premier League history with the most consecutive league wins.
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