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Chelsea, last battle to the title

Chelsea EPL champions

You can’t find a football fan that doesn’t accept the fact that Chelsea was the best team in premier league during this year. A great winning rate from Conte’s guys.

Chelsea, last battle to the title

The Blues were unstoppable especially against the big team and just a nightmare for the small ones. There were so few fails for them, as few as you can count with your fingers. And so today at 21:00 begins a match not like others. Begins a match that could prove the final of a nine months marathon, hard work and improvement.

They play against Middlesbrough in the evening. This match is worth more for records because morally, Chelsea is the winner of EPL. However, with a victory today they would not only win the title, but they would set a new record of wins. Chelsea already hold the record with 29, achieved in both 2004-05 and 2005-06. Today they would remove their own record and set a new one with 30 won matches in a season.

Referee of this game is Craig Pawson. Pawson has a “bad” history with both teams. He was in charge for 2 matches of Chelsea and Middlesbrough during this season and in all 4 matchs both respective teams lost. However, as Antonio Conte said during the interview:

“It is true that Pawson is not a good fortune for us or for Middlesbrough, but today it can’t happen that both teams lose”.

The Blues come from a great record of scoring 11 goals in the last three games in all competitions and furthermore they even kept a clean sheet against Everton. Eden Hazard and Diego Costa are the best players of this team and this year they have been just awsome. Absolutelly both players have had a very big countribute to the about to win title. Huge celebrations for Chelsea fans. Their team has grown a lot under Conte’s orders.

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