Last week I wrote about how Chelsea were only two wins away from securing their 5th English title in the clubs history.
Kun Aguero was the scourge of Tottenham Hotspur once again as Manchester City won 1-0 at White Hart Lane on the day they were dethroned as Premier League champions by Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger fired the latest shot in his war of words with Jose Mourinho on Friday, branding the Chelsea manager disrespectful.
Chelsea have been accused of being boring but they will not mind one bit if they beat Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday to win the Premier League title for the first time in five years
This last Sunday saw the coming together of two titans of the English game. The top teams in the league, although separated by a gap of ten points, were set to meet in a monumental clash at The Emirates Stadium in London.
Over the weekend Chelsea took another massive step to securing their first title for five years.
It has been 20 years now. Two decades since PSG have played in a Champions League semifinal. Back in 1995, they beat Barcelona in the quarterfinals to face AC Milan.
Arsenal found themselves in an underwhelming sixth place on the log, a whopping 13 points off leaders Chelsea, and seemingly with a massive battle on their hands to maintain their top four status.
Robin van Persie’s 94th minute strike saw 10-man Chelsea pegged back to 1-1 against Manchester United. Didier Drogba’s near-post header had opened the scoring, but after Branislav Ivanovic’s sending off, Van Persie struck.
This is why you let the football people do the football. José Mourinho did not recommend releasing Frank Lampard. The club made a decision. And yesterday, the club was made to pay in a 1-1 draw with Manchester City.