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Chelsea skipper John Terry buoyed by dominant display against Tottenham

12 Dec 2010 18:38:41

Chelsea skipper John Terry buoyed by dominant display against Tottenham

Chelsea captain John Terry vowed that Chelsea will soon be back to their best after their dramatic 1-1 draw at Tottenham. After Roman Pavlyuchenko had put Spurs ahead at White Hart Lane,Didier Drogba levelled for the reigning champions when Heurelho Gomesfailed to hold his drive. High point: Chelsea defender John Terry beats Tottenham's Roman Pavlyuchenko (right) in the air  Spurs 1 Chelsea 1: Drogba only half punishes Gomes gaffesTottenham director Sir Keith asked to take charge at the FA as Dein waits on The Ivorian then had a chance to win it for Chelsea in stoppage time, but, after taking spot-kick duties ahead of Frank Lampard, hit a penalty straight at Gomes. But Terry, back in the side after injury, feels that the out-of-form Blues proved that they will soon be back firing on all cylinders. 'I thought we deserved to win the game, especially in the second half, we dominated,' he told Sky Sports 1. 'That's more like the Chelsea we know. 'It wasn't mentioned (who would take the penalty). Didier was brave enough to stand up and take it. You score some, you miss some. Late drama: Drogba has his spot kick saved by Gomes 'The hunger, the spirit, the determination; we pressed a lot better. The fans appreciate you can lose and draw, but when they don't see the passion, that's what hurts. 'We're hopefully back now. We've got two huge games now. We've got Man United at the Bridge and then we go to the Emirates (to play Arsenal). 'I've never doubted my players, the manager or the football club. We won the double last year, let's not forget that.'  Spurs 1 Chelsea 1: Drogba only half punishes Gomes gaffesTottenham director Sir Keith asked to take charge at the FA as Dein waits on  Explore more:People: John Terry, Frank Lampard, Roman Pavlyuchenko, Didier Drogba


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