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´╗┐Wembley woe continues for Spurs as Alonso kickstarts champions This was a nightmare of housewarming for Tottenham Hotspur as their first Premier League fixture at Wembley ended in a gut wrenching defeat to Chelsea. The champions were the party poopers. Two goals from Marcos Alonso, both through Spurs' mistakes, earned Chelsea a gutsy win and will leave Spurs ruing their luck and again facing questions over some nike d line watch kind of Wembley curse. Michy Batshuayi with his first touch after coming on as a substitute gifted them an equaliser. But that was before Victor Wanyama blundered and Alonso claimed his second as Chelsea dispelled their own early season problems. Chelsea went ahead through a brilliant free kick from Alonso mid way through the first half. It came after a foolish foul by Dele Alli, catching David Luiz 25 yards out. Alonso stepped up and curled the ball left footed over the wall, just skimming above Toby Alderweireld's head and into the top corner of the goal with Hugo Lloris flailing to try and get across. Conte flooded the midfield, pushing Luiz forward and stringing five across the middle to try and stifle Spurs who gradually, though, made their way into the game. Several chances half ones, full ones fell the way of Harry Kane and he came closest in the first half as Alli beat Azpilicueta, drove goalwards and slipped the ball to the striker who shifted it onto his right foot and curled the ball around goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois only for it to cannon back off the foot of the post. Kane also forced his way through, past Alonso, for Courtois to save with an outstretched leg and then found space once more only to fire his low shot across goal and just past the post. After that he lunged forward to try and meet a wonderful Christian Eriksen free kick but just could not get his studs to the ball to turn it into the net. Courtois also did well to beat away a fierce shot from Ben Davies and tipped over a rising drive from Mousa Dembele. It was frustrating for Spurs. Very frustrating. They really should have scored and they continued to press in the second half with Chelsea forced back but they broke on the counter attack with Willian charging forward to find Morata who cut back inside only for his shot to be deflected narrowly wide for a corner. They then went even closer with Willian, again, finding space and shooting low and right footed from outside the area with Lloris beaten and the ball rebounding off his far post. An early season belter has gone the way of Chelsea. One brilliant goal from Marcos Alonso which Lloris couldn't get near, then a second from the Spanish left back the keeper certainly should have saved. Spurs had all the ball, most of the chances, and hit a post through Harry Kane. They looked like they might push on and win when they equalised with aBatshuayi own goal off an Eriksen free kick only to be sucker punched going the other way. Chelsea were on the back foot, but with the players they had out and Spurs keen to make a strong start at their temporary home they deserve credit for a well executed classic Italian set up. Half time at Wembley, Chelsea lead, Spurs with a familiar sinking feeling. Morata had already missed nike shoes for men on sale an absolute sitter for the visitors early on when Marcos Alonso made their domination count with an exquisite free kick into the top corner midway through the first half. Chelsea's deep lying defence, protected by a three man midfield containing troll in chief David Luiz, has frustrated Spurs for the most part but they finished the half in the ascendency and Harry Kane struck the inside of the post. Interviews about something that hasn't happened yet. Always cutting and incisive these things, let's see what outlandish input the key protagonists have for us. Mauricio Pochettino: "I think the team is ok. The preparation was good. Now it's time to compete, it will be a tough game against a good team with a good manager. Our mentality is to be ambitious and try to win today. It's important to win and build confidence and trust." Antonio Conte: "Tottenham have the crowd behind them. For sure there will be 65,000 people supporting them, it's a great advantage they have today." Harry Kane: "It's important we get the win and look forward to the games ahead." Chelsea and Spurs were the best two teams in the Premier League last season, by some distance. And yet just three months after it ended, all anybody can talk about is how desperate they both are to strengthen. Is even minor surgery really required? Of course we're coming to accept that the actual matches seem to be nike shoes wholesale getting in the way of the real quiz transfers and pre season tours of the Far East and US. One signing Chelsea have got over the line is Alvaro Morata. Here he is channeling Robbie Keane, and also a line I think got lost in translation. "When I was little I wanted to play in the Premier League. It's a dream to be part of this fantastic club. I had a Fernando Torres shirt for my wall, I liked the players, I liked Drogba. "I need to change the mentality and show the supporters I am here and I'm not afraid to miss a penalty or play badly." Tottenham have been training all summer on a pitch with the same dimensions as Wembley, and will hope their impressive showing in a friendly win over Juventus is a sign that they have overcome any issues there. They will have the advantage of a home crowd but Chelsea will feel just as comfortable at Wembley here. Spurs quickly need to make this a home. What are they saying? Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino on playing at Wembley: "Wembley is not a problem, we are the problem if we don't win, like last season. "Wembley is the most important place in the world and if we are not able to win there it is not because of Wembley it is because of us.