“Tottenham and Chelsea came together on Sunday to remember their former striker Jimmy Greaves, who died aged 81.
“Greaves had suffered a stroke in May 2015 which left him wheelchair-bound and with severely impaired speech. He had also suffered from alcoholism and quit drinking in 1978.
“In announcing the news, Spurs said former England international Greaves – the club’s record goalscorer with 266 goals – died at home on Sunday morning. His 37 league goals in the 1962/63 season remains a club record.
“Both Tottenham and Chelsea players stood for a minute’s applause ahead of their Premier League match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, while several former Spurs players, including ex-team-mates of Greaves also paid tribute.”
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