Villas Boas: Chelsea midfielder Oscar helped sink Spurs
Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas has praised Chelsea starlet Oscar after Chelsea's 4-2 win at White Hart Lane in the Premier League.
Villas Boas told the press after the match: "My reflection would be that creativity and brilliance solved the game and Oscar, Hazard and Mata were brilliant."
The Tottenham manager praised the range of options Chelsea had at their disposal: "We came out very strong in the second half.
"But through individual brilliance and the creativity that Chelsea have, they always unlock defences and, when they committed themselves to it, they created problems and they went on to revert the result once again."
Oscar played 83 minutes as goals from Juan Mata, Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge secured the three points for The Blues.
The Seleção star has been a regular in Chelsea's first team with a series of impressive performances since his move from Internacional for a fee of £25m.