Tottenham have won three successive games against Chelsea in all competitions for the first time since a run of five between March 1961 and September 1963.
Chelsea have lost on each of their last three trips to Wembley, this after losing just three of their previous 11 visits to the stadium (W7, D1, L3).
Chelsea are just the second team to lose twice against the same opponent at Wembley in a single season, after Sheffield Wednesday against Arsenal in 1992-93, who lost the League Cup final and an FA Cup final replay to the Gunners.
Tottenham have kept three consecutive clean sheets in all competitions for the first time since October 2017.
Harry Kane is now the outright fourth highest goalscorer for Tottenham Hotspur, scoring his 160th goal.
Kane has scored in each of his last six games in all competitions for Tottenham, equalling his best streak for the club.
Mauricio Pochettino took charge of his 250th match for Tottenham in this game – his record stands at 143 wins, 53 draws and 54 defeats.
Eden Hazard was fouled on seven occasions against Tottenham; the most fouls he has won in a single game this season – winning seven of Chelsea’s 10 free-kicks.
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