Football Tracker: Monday action ends in style as Spurs and Chelsea play out thriller

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Football Tracker: Monday action ends in style as Spurs and Chelsea play out thriller
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Jackson bagged a hat-trick
Jackson bagged a hat-trick
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The weekend is behind us but the football continues with Monday night action in the Premier League, LaLiga and Serie A. Follow it all on the Football Tracker.

Monday, November 6th

23:40 CET - The other Monday night matches have finished as follows:

Torino 2-1 Sassuolo

Getafe 1-0 Cadiz

23:10 CET - The action in Tottenham is over and Chelsea have won 4-1 with Jackson bagging his third to claim the first hat-trick of his Premier League career. 

The Blues move up to 10th, while Spurs' unbeaten record is over. 

Read the full report here 

23:05 CET - Nicolas Jackson has scored his second to seal the three points for Chelsea in what has been one of the most chaotic clashes we've ever seen.

22:48 CET - Chelsea have finally made their two-man advantage count with Nicolas Jackson giving them the lead.

22:27 CET - The drama continues! Tottenham are now down to nine men with Destiny Udogie being sent off for a foul on Raheem Sterling, being handed a second yellow.  

22:05 CET - An utterly breathless first half in London has ended 1-1. It featured two goals, one red card, five yellow cards, seven VAR checks and 12 minutes of added time. 

The first-half stats
Flashscore

21:37 CET - VAR has finally ruled in Chelsea's favour, giving the Blues a penalty that Cole Palmer has converted, with Tottenham's Cristian Romero sent off for the foul that caused it. 

21:32 CET - VAR has already played a huge part in the action in North London tonight, ruling out two equalisers for the visitors, the first for handball and the second for offside. 

21:11 CET - Just over five minutes in, Tottenham are already 1-0 up against Chelsea thanks to a heavily deflected strike from Dejan Kulusevski. 

20:38 CET - The first clash of the evening has ended Frosinone 2-1 Empoli

20:00 CET - The starting XIs are in for the clash between Tottenham and Chelsea, which will kick off in just under an hour. 

Tottenham vs Chelsea lineups
Flashscore

17:43 CET - The first of the four evening matches taking place in the major European leagues is kicking off in less than an hour, with Frosinone hosting Empoli

The starting XIs
Flashscore

15:35 CET - England and Brazil will meet in a friendly in March - who remembers this clash between them? Some players there!

11:25 CET - There were plenty of talking points out of Liverpool’s trip to Luton on Sunday and we have a lovely feature piece about the match courtesy of our collaborators at Tribal Football.

Take a read of it here.

11:21 CET - And just like that, the Champions League is back! Well, tomorrow at least.

Every Champions League round is great value but it only gets better as the competition evolves and intensifies. 

You can read a preview of Barcelona’s match with Shakhtar here and one about PSG's trip to Milan here.

10:15 CET - Not the most vintage selection of Monday night matches today but still some to look forward to before the Champions League returns tomorrow.

In Serie A, Frosinone host Empoli at 18:30 CET before Sassuolo visit Torino (20:45).

Over in Spain, Getafe play Cadiz at 21:00.

At the same time, a big one in the Premier League with Tottenham hosting Chelsea.

It’s a return to North London for ex-Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino but it won’t be a walk in the park. Tottenham are on fire under Ange Postecoglou and will go back to the top of the table with a win.

You can follow that match later this evening with our live audio commentary.

10:00 CET - There was so much football over the weekend but gazing back on it all, it’s hard to look past Bayern’s thumping 4-0 Der Klassiker win as the highlight.

What about Harry Kane? After his hat-trick, that’s now 15 goals for Bayern in the league in just 10 games.

6:55 CET - Well another weekend of football madness is behind us but it never really stops, does it? There are a few Monday night games to look forward to today with the pick of the bunch being Spurs versus Chelsea. More on that later.

Firstly, Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp has said he is remaining calm despite their scoring troubles yesterday against lowly Luton.

Read the full quotes here and watch the match highlights below.

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