Chelsea and Tottenham caused a lot of drama in the Premier League as he drew 2-2 on Sunday, but perhaps the best action came from his two managers.

The Blues and Spurs bounced back and forth on the pitch, with Harry Kane equalizing in the final seconds, while Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte were the focus of post-match talks.

The two managers faced each other on the touchline for most of the match, toasting in front of their opponents when they scored.

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Tuchel ran on the sidelines when Reece James gave Chelsea the second-half lead, but Conte had the last laugh thanks to Kane's death header.

Frustration was inevitable after the final whistle as both managers were shown red cards after an incident in Premier League legend.

As usual, Conte and Tuchel went to shake hands after the match,

Why did Conte and Tuchel get a red card?

But the exchange quickly turned into something else. Neither seemed willing to let go of the other's hand, and Conte angrily confronted Tuchel.

Both managers briefly came face to face and had to walk away from the coaching staff and players before referee Anthony Taylor came over to show them a red card.

Sunday's sacking meant little, but it meant neither would sit on the sidelines next game. Tottenham will host Wolves on 20 August and Chelsea will move to Leeds on 21 August.

Sunday's sacking meant little, but it meant neither would sit on the sidelines next game. Tottenham will host Wolves on 20 August and Chelsea will move to Leeds on 21 August.

With his dramatic London derby on and off the pitch unfolding, Conte and Tuchel are clearly desperate for their right to show off.

Why did Conte and Tuchel clash?

The two managers first clashed after Tottenham's 1–1 victory for him, with Conte celebrating Tuchel, who had come to face off against the Spurs boss.

Tuchel then ran down the touchline to congratulate Chelsea on their next goal, giving Conte further reason for sending off when Tottenham equalized at the last minute.

After the match, Tuchel said he wasn't happy Conte didn't see him when they shook hands, but was quick to stress that there was no bad blood between them.

"We shook hands and looked into each other's eyes and thought he disagreed," Tuchel told Sky Sports.

"Football is emotional. It doesn't have to be heated. There's just an emotional coach on the sidelines."

"When we meet, we meet. If not, it's not. C'mon, it was between two competitors and nothing bad happened."

Tuchel then added to BBC Sport: "We didn't attack, we didn't fight, we fought for the team and there is no animosity on my part.