Chelsea's stirring fightback against Tottenham Hotspur which saw them claw back a two-goal deficit to end Spurs' Premier League title hopes did much to improve the spirit of beleaguered Blues supporters who have endured a miserable season.
Having started the campaign as favourites to retain the top-flight crown, Chelsea's well-documented fall from grace was spectacular. The London club's team spirit, which evaporated on the opening day of the season seemingly as a result of then-manager Jose Mourinho's...
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Antonio Conte is confident of securing a £45m deal for Gonzalo Higuain, with Diego Costa the latest to be tempted by a lucrative deal to move to the Chinese Premier League, according to the Mirror.
On Monday night, for the second season in succession, Eden Hazard scored the goal that secured the Premier League title. It's just a shame that this time it wasn't on Chelsea's behalf. Not that that would have been instantly recognisable given the bedlam that enveloped Stamford Bridge as his first time shot arced perfectly into the top corner of the Tottenham goal to seal a 2-2 draw that sent the trophy to Leicester City.
For the home side, as chastening as it might be to admit, their entire season...
Chelsea battled back from a two-goal deficit against Tottenham Hotspur to dramatically level a game that looked beyond them at half-time.
Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min struck for Spurs just before the break as the visitors carved open a nervy Blues backline, and there looked to be no way back for the home side -- but Guus Hiddink had an ace up his sleeve in the form of substitute Eden Hazard.
In an intense and often tempestuous game that featured 12 yellow cards and several other flashpoints, the...