An Sky Sports pundit and formerly in the middle of the Brentford playground was designated as David Luiz's backbone on Sunday Objectives.
In particular Kamara said what Luiz did in raising Tottenham's second goal in the 3-1 victory.
The star of Spurs and England, Harry Kane, beat the ball over 25 yards out of the goal.
Kane hit downhill to bottom left and Kepa Arrizabalaga, Chelsea keeper, was left untouched.
But installations to Luiz blamed their confusing back, and # 39; helping Kepa with the Spaniard without knowing.
And Kamara could not believe what the Brazilian defender did.
"David Luiz, look out now," Kamara said on Sunday goals.
"You can not do this to your guardian.
"You can not turn your back like that. I mean to come forward.
"How did you make Harry but you know that these games are David Luiz."
At the same time, old Chelsea climber, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, says that Maurizio Sarri's side does not have to destroy the opponents.
"They have played 12 games – that's the first game they've lost," said Hasselbaink on Sky Sports.
"Yes, they did not play well in the previous two games, but still this is the first game they lost.
"There is no need for a dispute, this would always happen, it's just a shame that he met Tottenham and that Tottenham played that well.
"But there are no issues, there are no problems.
"Sarri has come in and has changed completely. It's a process."
Chelsea will play PAOK Salonika in the Europa League Thursday before the local crash against Fulham Saturday in the Premier League.