Monday was the best game at Stamford Bridge this season – easily.
Call me deluded, call me obsessed, swear at me all you like, but that won’t change anything. For yet another season Tottenham aren’t champions.
Make no mistake about it, Eden Hazard has been poor this season to put it lightly, but I haven’t felt as happy as I did when he curled the ball into the top corner for the first time in a long, long time.
I have no reluctance in saying Tottenham have been fantastic this season and are very unlucky not to have won the title in my opinion, and if I’m honest that result felt like a win and more.
To stop Tottenham winning the title? Priceless.
I need to mention Leicester City. I don’t think I have the vocabulary to fairly describe this achievement.
Written off as relegated last season and the bookies’ favourites to go down this season. Yet somehow they are champions of England with two games to spare. I can’t get my head around it. There is no logic in Leicester City winning the Premier League and that is what makes our game so special.
I’m so happy that such a nice guy, Claudio Ranieri, is the man to have masterminded the greatest triumph in football, and probably sporting history.
I can’t wait to play them on the final day of the season.
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