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Harry Kane says Tottenham defeat to Chelsea is 'worst feeling in the world'

Striker coming to terms with Capital One Cup final loss

John Terry closes the door on England return after leading Chelsea to Capital One Cup victory

Former England skipper shook hands with Roy Hodgson at Wembley

Diego Costa throws the coin up in the air

Diego Costa keeps coin thrown at him during Capital One Cup final

Striker tucked the £2 coin in his shorts

Jose Mourinho takes his success lying down as Chelsea celebrate the first trophy of his second spell at Stamford Bridge

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Manager ends two-and-a-half year wait for trophy with Capital One Cup success

Harry Kane tries a rare shot for Spurs as John Terry slides in to snuff out the danger

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Chelsea manager will have his League Cup winners in training tomorrow to prepare for the Premier League game against West Ham in midweek

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Chelsea won their first piece of silverware since Jose Mourinho's return

Chelsea players celebrate with the trophy

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Chelsea's experience tells in victory but this Spurs team have a bright future

John Terry puts Chelsea ahead
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Chelsea vs Tottenham: Harry Kane was at Wembley to see Spurs beat the Blues and win the Capital One Cup - now he's their great hope

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Jose Mourinho ahead of the Capital One Cup final

Chelsea vs Tottenham: No, I won’t leave England again, vows Jose Mourinho

Chelsea boss says this time he's here to stay

Jose Mourinho: 'Tottenham tried to sign me on the day I left Chelsea'

Mourinho reveals Tottenham wasted no time in attempting to lure him across London after sacking

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