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A Tottenham Hotspur fan switched allegiance to Chelsea following the 2-0 victory over Tottenham on Sunday.
Following the victory over Spurs on Sunday, a Tottenham fan was caught changing his Tottenham shirt with Son’s name on it, to a Chelsea shirt with Lampard’s on it.
Meanwhile, Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho doesn’t believe Son should have received a red card for kicking out at Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger.
“I hope that Rudiger recovers quick from the broken ribs because for sure he will have a few broken ribs,” Mourinho said.
Asked if Son had contributed to his own downfall, Mourinho added: “No, if he does nothing and if the referee gives immediately a yellow card to Antonio Rudiger for a foul, I don’t think he will have a reaction.
“When you are frustrated, you can have this kind of emotional reaction and the referee and obviously the VAR have to analyse.
“Against Everton Sonny was crying because of the Andre Gomes injury. Today Sonny is crying because he broke a few of Antonio Rudiger’s ribs.
“For me, that red card is a strange one but I don’t want to be focused on that because my team lost and I have to be complimentary to the opponent and congratulate them for their victory.”