Why did Conte and Tuchel get into a fight during Chelsea's tie with Tottenham? An explanation of red cards as well as the managerial record

Chelsea and Tottenham drew 2-2 on Sunday, but their managers provided the greatest action. Harry Kane equalised for Spurs in the final seconds, but Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte dominated post-match talks.

The two managers were in each other's face on the sidelines for much of the contest with both making a point to celebrate in front of the other when their team scored. Tuchel ran down the sidelines when Reece James put Chelsea ahead late on but Conte would have the last laugh courtesy of Kane's header at the death.  Frustrations inevitably boiled after the full-time whistle as both managers were shown red cards after an incident that will go down in Premier League folklore.

Why did Conte and Tuchel clash?

A dramatic London derby produced on and off the pitch with Conte and Tuchel clearly desperate to claim bragging rights.  The two managers first clashed after Tottenham made it 1-1 with Conte celebrating in the direction of Tuchel, who came over to confront the Spurs boss.

Tuchel celebrated Chelsea's next score by rushing along the sidelines, prompting Conte to substitute after Tottenham equalised.

Tuchel wasn't thrilled Conte didn't look at him when they shook hands, but he stressed there was no bad blood.