Tottenham are now on their longest unbeaten run in the top flight since 1985, while Chelsea are on their worst away run since March 2013.
Jose Mourinho dropped Diego Costa to the bench as Chelsea put in a disciplined performance to earn a goalless draw at Tottenham, who extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to 13 games.
Shots: 9 – 5
Shots on target: 4 – 1
Corners: 4 – 4
Possession: 57% – 43%
Distance covered: 108.36km – 106.57km
Highest distance covered: Christian Eriksen (11.47km) – Cesc Fabregas (11.61km)
Most sprints: Danny Rose (62) – Eden Hazard (71)
Tottenham Hotspur are now unbeaten in 13 league games – their best run in the Premier League and their best run in the top-flight since March 1985 (14 games).
Chelsea have won just one of their last 10 Premier League away trips to White Hart Lane (W1 D5 L4).
The Blues attempted just one shot on target in this match – their lowest tally in a PL game since April (1 v QPR on 12 April 2015).
Chelsea have now gone five successive PL away matches without a win (L3 D2), their worst run on the road in the competition since March 2013.
This result means that Chelsea are still yet to win back-to-back Premier League games in 2015-16.
Tottenham have conceded just three goals in their last seven Premier League home games.
Spurs have lost just two of their last 21 Premier League home matches (W12 D7 L2).
Spurs have now drawn 0-0 on three occasions this season in the Premier League, a joint-high alongside Man Utd.