YOU might think two red cards in Chelsea's 4-1 win at Tottenham would top the list for drama and controversy.
But once you throw in five disallowed goals and a new string of VAR debates, the fiery Premier League clash went from contentious to chaotic.
Poor Nicolas Jackson saw his late-hat-trick, as Chelsea's possession finally paid off, almost overshadowed by other electric incidents.
Here's how The Sun's reffing expert and ex-Prem whistler Mark Halsey saw five decisions made by ref Michael Oliver as well as VAR.
SON OFFSIDE GOAL
1 – SON HEUNG-MIN was offside from Brennan Johnson’s cross and VAR made the right decision, just as they did with Eric Dier later.
2 – DESTINY UDOGIE would have had no complaints if Michael Oliver had shown a red card or VAR John Brooks recommended a review for a dismissal.
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