Premier League

Sunday, 3 May 2015

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The dethroned Premier League champions returned to second in the table after beating Spurs at White Hart Lane as Sergio Aguero netted his 22nd goal of the season

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A brilliant first-half goal from Sergio Aguero and a string of impressive saves from Joe Hart helped Manuel Pellegrini's men win their first match since losing the title

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The 37-year-old claimed his fourth Premier League winners' medal on Sunday but his contract at Stamford Bridge is currently set to expire at the end of the season

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Despite a recent dip in form, the Red Devils wide-man remains confident that United will still qualify for the UEFA Champions League as the season draws to a close

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The centre-back back was dismissed during Newcastle's 3-0 loss to Leicester City, prompting manager John Carver to suggest it was his intention to miss upcoming games

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The Crystal Palace boss congratulated the Portuguese after Chelsea sealed their first Premier League title in five years with a narrow victory at Stamford Bridge

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The Portuguese manager, who has won eight league titles during his managerial career, ranks his third with Chelsea highest as it is the most recent of his successes

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Follow all the action from White Hart Lane LIVE with Goal as Mauricio Pochettino's men look to improve a dire recent record against the dethroned former champions

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Jose Mourinho's men were crowned champions at Stamford Bridge on Sunday after a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace, which sparked joyous celebrations in the stands and on the pitch

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The 34-year-old has been an ever-present for Chelsea this year as Jose Mourinho guided the Blues to their fifth top-flight title, thanks to Sunday's victory over Crystal Palace

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A blend of consistency, defensive rigidity and early-season attacking flair helped Chelsea to their third Premier League title - here's how their campaign unfolded

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The Blues clinch the Premier League title with a narrow victory at home as Jose Mourinho's men take an unassailable lead at the top of the table thanks to their Belgian forward

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Eden Hazard's first-half strike was enough to seal a scrappy win as the visitors tested the newly crowned champions but faded once the Blues were able to sit on their lead

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Didier Drogba features at the head of the Blues' attack in place of the injured Diego Costa, with Loic Remy on the bench, but Ramires has been injured in the pre-match training

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Beating Crystal Palace on Sunday will secure the Portuguese's eighth league title in 12 seasons across four countries but he insists this one is as special as any

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The Spaniard says the current Blues side is as good as any he has been a part of and wants to reach greater heights next term - starting with the Champions League

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The Tigers are embroiled in a battle against relegation and their latest challenge comes from the in-form Gunners, who are looking to cement their place as runners-up

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The England midfielder has been plagued by niggling ankle problems throughout his career and has been limited to just nine appearances in the Premier League in 2014-15