Indeed, the result was impressive enough to earn Spurs an unlikely commendation from none other than James T. Kirk, captain of the USS Enterprise.
Paper Round's view: Appleton has a good record as a No.2 and he deserves a shot to be a manager once more.
Still, the revelation that he has any interest in football whatsoever is a fantastic thing in its own right.
After Sunday's match, the former Juventus boss said that he has been getting the most out of his players this season, insinuating that they are no longer good enough to battle for a finish above Spurs in the table.
Yankees set for first home game despite snow
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he still plans to start lefty Jordan Montgomery, instead of moving Luis Severino up a day. In the New York City area, LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark Liberty airports all reported some flight disruptions.
After the game, the 20-year-old midfielder took to his social media to taunt Chelsea, sharing a photo which shows him cupping his ear to the home fans while celebrating his second goal.
"But for us, it's about maintaining the Champions League every year and hopefully we can do that".
"I don't think he's going to be here next season", he said on the Gary Neville Podcast.
Salah Strikes Again To Move Liverpool Into Second Spot
The league's leading scorer kept his cool to convert Andrew Robertson's cross on 84 minutes for his 29th goal of the season. Andy Robertson absolutely loved Mohamed Salah's late victor for Liverpool at Crystal Palace.
"Being the first Chelsea manager to lose a home league game against Tottenham for nearly three decades could well be the final nail in the coffin for Conte and we expect him to depart in the summer", said Coral's Harry Aitkenhead.
The manager's baffling tactics (stubbornly sticking to a 3-4-3 formation that has been figured out), his bad record at making substitutions and his high-strung attitude which put him at loggerheads with some senior players like Diego Costa (an nearly irreplaceable striker) and David Luiz have contributed to making his position untenable.
"I think it's too easy for managers to say they aren't supported".
However, they are now clear favourites to win the FA Cup this season and in current form it would take a fearless man to bet against them.
This will be the third season in a row Spurs have finished in the top four and they are beginning to look as though they belong - with victories against Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund this season alone - among the top clubs.
Christians honor Good Friday with a community crosswalk
Father Tom Pincelli said the visual memorial is an opportunity for a unique impact as worshippers reflect on Christ's sacrifice. Several churches across the five boroughs took part in the "Way of the Cross", which marks Jesus' journey through Jerusalem.