Tottenham and Chelsea could find themselves in trouble after a fractious night at Stamford Bridge with 12 players booked on Monday night. Eden Hazard scored a late equaliser to secure a 2-2 draw and finally end any hope of Spurs winning the Premier League title as Leicester became Premier League champions.But it was a bad-tempered evening in west London with nine Tottenham players booked, Chelsea picking up three yellow cards, Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele appearing to eye-gouge Diego Costa and Blues boss Guus Hiddink tumbling after a mass scuffle at the final whistle. The nine cards is the most a team has received in Premier League history and Spurs will be hit with an automatic fine from the Football Association. Any team that gets six or more bookings during a game gets charged and gets at least a £25,000 fine.It was a busy night for referee Mark Clattenburg, who will be consulted on Tuesday morning and it is likely both clubs will be charged with breaching the FAs Rule E20 - rules surrounding mass confrontation.Both sets of players and backroom staff were involved in ugly scenes in front of the tunnel at the end as Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, whose hand had earlier been trod on by Erik Lamela, confronted Danny Rose with Hiddink losing his footing. Carra on Dembele eye gouge Jamie Carragher believes the Spurs players season is over As the brawl intensified, Tottenhams reserve goalkeeper Michel Vorm clashed with Costa who was then grabbed from behind by Jan Vertonghen as security staff attempted to restore order. Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino tried to diffuse the situation by checking on Hiddink.Chelseas interim boss said: I took one of my players Fabregas down the tunnel because there were words in Spanish and there were threatening words [from the players] and this is a normal reaction.Even at my age, I had no problem falling down! These incidents we mustnt have but in the end, it was lets calm down. A night of high emotions for managers Mauricio Pochettino and Guus Hiddink Defender Gary Cahill, scorer of Chelseas opener, gave his thoughts on the melee to SSNHQ: I wasnt surprised - I always thought it was going to be like that.Spurs striker Harry Kane added: Its the Premier League we are fighting for. Its what we want to win. Theres going to be some challenges, it was a London derby and the crowd were up for it and we needed to win - thats just football.Chelsea centre-half John Terry said: It was a London derby we hadnt lost in 26 years. It was always going to boil over. A couple of times, it got out of hand but players are fighting for points and titles. Its emotions - thats football. Dembele faces the prospect of a lengthy retrospective ban for his eye gouge on Costa in the first half. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher described the act as shocking and said the Tottenham midfielders season was over.Dembeles team-mate Dele Alli picked up a retrospective suspension last week for punching West Broms Claudio Yacob.Pochettino could also be in trouble with the FA after being involved in two touchline incidents, including going on to the pitch to separate Chelsea winger Willian and left-back Rose as they clashed. Erik Lamela and Cesc Fabregas were involved in several confrontations The Argentine boss said: Maybe we didnt set a good example, but its a normal emotion, fighting on the pitch.I was involved in all of it. I tried to be calm. But it was a derby, we were fighting for the title and Chelsea were fighting to win the game. Its not personal. Its football, we are men, they are men, we need to show we are strong.Chelsea have been punished on three separate occasions this season by the FA for failing to control players, with fines totalling £155,000. Spurs have been punished once after their game against West Brom in December. Tottenham striker Harry Kane said his side were disappointed to lose the Premier League title after going 2-0 up against Chelsea Get Sky Sports Alerts Breaking news, line ups and goal alerts from your football club - direct to your mobile Also See: Chelsea end Spurs hopes How Leicester won the title Leicesters stars rated Chelsea 2-2 Spurs recap http://www.ravensrookiestore.com/Ravens-Ray-Lewis-Jersey/ . The Montreal Canadiens announced on Friday that the veteran forward will return to the teams line-up on Saturday night when the Habs visit the Nashville Predators. http://www.ravensrookiestore.com/Ravens-Chris-Wormley-Jersey/ . 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CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Chandler Hutchison had 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead Boise State to a 91-70 victory over Western Michigan and seventh place at the Charleston Classic on Sunday.The Broncos (2-2) took control when they closed the first half on an 8-2 run. The charge continued after the break as Boise State opened with 21-6 run and eventually led by 27 points in the final minutes.Paris Austin had 17 points on perfect shooting -- 6 of 6 from the floor, 5 of 5 at the line -- for Boise State..dddddddddddd. For Hutchison, it was his second double-double of the tournament and third this season.Western Michigan (1-4) had hoped to end its futility in Charleston, but instead fell to 0-6 all-time in this event.Western Michigan coach Steve Hawkins was called for two technicals and ejected for arguing with officials. Thomas Wilder led the Broncos with 14 points. 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