The England under-20 international will not be popular with Spurs fans tonight.
Spurs started the game well, with a goal from Christian Eriksen giving Tottenham the lead.
Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori in action
However, Chelsea soon took control of the game and Pedro and Victor Moses managed to score the goals that earned Chelsea a deserved victory.
It was a performance that left Tottenham open for ridicule yet again, as a mixed run of form continues for the club.
Tottenham's Victor Wanyama looks dejected after the game
It even saw one of Chelsea’s young stars giving them a dig on Twitter.
Fikayo Tomori, a Canadian-born England under-20 international, was happy to poke some fun at Spurs on Twitter. The 18-year-old, who made his first-team debut for Chelsea in May of this year, sent out this Tweet:
Sorry Spurs— Fikayo Tomori (@fikayotomori_) November 26, 2016
Spurs fans will be sick of their poor form at Stamford Bridge – especially as it looked as though they might have been on the way to an important win if they had held off the impressive Chelsea surge.
Tottenham will now have to wait until next season to try and end their wretched form at the Bridge.