Chelsea defeated Premier League opponents Tottenham 2-0 in a highly racist match of the day.
Two goals from Willian were enough to humiliate his former boss at Chelsea as an object was later thrown into the game.
Tottenhm star Son Heung-Min was sent off the pitch following his challenge on Anhonio Rudiger causing an uproar among a section of the fans.
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Referee Anthony Taylor was forced stop the play so as to clear the field as an announcement of the same was shared at the stadium.
Racism was strictly prohibited as the second and the third warning was heard as the match continued at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.
Speaking after the clash, Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta strongly condemned racism saying as a captain he has the freedom to report them and that is what he did.
He revealed that Antonio Rudiger reported that he had heard of racist sentiments that he quickly conveyed to the referee in-charge.
New Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho seconded the idea saying what he saw was a referee who was up to his task as he briefed both coaches on what was happening.
Sours has promised to look into the incident and will rake appropriate action once investigations are completed.