Conte and Tuchel clash, both get red cards in Chelsea vs. Tottenham draw

Chelsea and Tottenham made plenty of drama in their 2-2 draw in the Premier League on Sunday.

The two managers were in each other's face on the sidelines for much of the contest to celebrate.

Tuchel ran down the sidelines when Reece James put Chelsea forward late on but Conte would have the last laugh courteousness of Kane's header at the death.

Conte and Tuchel went to shake hands but the exchange quickly turned into something else.

Neither appeared intent to let go of the other's hand with Conte turning around furiously to confront Tuchel.

Both managers squared off briefly and had to be separated by coaching staff and players before referee Anthony Taylor came over to show them red cards.

A dramatic London derby produced on and off the pitch with Conte and Tuchel clearly desperate to claim bragging rights.

The two managers first clashed after Tottenham made it 1-1 with Conte celebrating in the direction of Tuchel, who came over to confront the Spurs boss

Tuchel then celebrated Chelsea's next goal by running down the sidelines

Speaking after the match, Tuchel suggested he wasn't happy Conte didn't look at him when they shook hands but was quick to stress there was no bad blood between them.

Tuchel then added to BBC Sport: "There's no hard feelings [with Conte] - I feel like it was a fair tackle from him and a fair tackle from me.

"We did not insult each other, we did not hit each other, we were fighting for our teams and from my side there's absolutely no hard feelings. "I'm surprised that we both got a red card for that."