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Antonio Rudiger rescued Chelsea as the German defender's second goal of the game earned a 2-2 draw against top-four rivals Leicester on Saturday.
Antonio Rudiger said he was racially abused during Chelsea's win at Tottenham, but the police found no evidence to support the allegation.
After Antonio Rudiger was allegedly abused at Tottenham, Willian wants governing bodies to do more to combat the issue of racism.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has defended the conduct of Antonio Rudiger during the 2-0 weekend win at Tottenham.
The Premier League wants "appropriate action" to be taken against anyone found guilty of racist abuse in Tottenham's game with Chelsea.
Tottenham say Rudiger abuse investigation 'inconclusive' as club uses lip-readers to assess video footage
Tottenham insist they are "exhaustively investigating" Antonio Rudiger's claims of racial abuse, including employing lip-readers.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho will support any new procedures the football authorities introduce in an attempt to tackle racism.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger said it was "really sad" to hear alleged racist abuse and feared Sunday's incident would be forgotten.
Antonio Rudiger was abused during Chelsea's game at Tottenham and the PFA believes racism is "rife" in the UK.
Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville again urged players to walk off the pitch unprompted in response to racist abuse after Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger appeared to come under attack from home fans during the Blues' 2-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho felt Antonio Rudiger was culpable for Son Heung-min's red card in Chelsea's win over Spurs. Frank Lampard saw it differently.
After Antonio Rudiger reported racist abuse at Tottenham on Sunday, Cesar Azpilicueta called for "the eradication of the problem".
Frank Lampard called for strong action to be taken after Antonio Rudiger suffered alleged racist abuse in Chelsea's 2-0 win at Tottenham, but Jose Mourinho risked adding to the defender's problems by mocking his role in Son Heung-min's dismissal.
Antonio Rudiger gestured to suggest he was racially abused during Chelsea's game at Spurs and fans were asked to refrain from racist acts.