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Tottenham's Mousa Dembele could be banned for gouge

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Spurs were shown nine yellow cards, the most by a single team in a match in Premier League history.



Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele could face a ban for appearing to eye-gouge Chelsea striker Diego Costa in a fiery 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.

Television replays appeared to show the Belgian putting his fingers in Costa's eye during a first-half skirmish.

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BPL Report : Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham - Hazard hands Leicester the title

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Pochettino's charges remain five points behind the Foxes with just six left in play after a gutsy triumph in west London, as the Blues failed to end their rivals' hopes



Eden Hazard will be the toast of Leicester, as the Belgian and Chelsea struck a late equaliser to tie 2-2 with Tottenham and hand the Foxes the Premier League title.

Mauricio Pochettino's men needed victory to retain hope of stopping Leicester's astonishing march towards glory and Harry Kane's 25th Premier League goal of the season, along with a clinical finish from Son Heung-min, gave them a healthy half-time advantage.

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Leicester City win the Premier League title as Tottenham slip up

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The Foxes, a pre-season favourite for relegation, have achieved one of the most unlikely feats in English football history with their first ever top-flight title



Leicester City have won the Premier League title to cap a fairytale season in English football, with Tottenham's failure to beat defending champions Chelsea meaning the Foxes can no longer be caught.

Claudio Ranieri's men could have been crowned on Sunday when they faced Manchester United at Old Trafford, but their celebrations were delayed a 1-1 draw with Louis van Gaal's team.

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BPL (2015-2016) : Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur Preview

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Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur Preview


Tottenham Hotspur go to Chelsea on Monday knowing anything other than a victory would hand Leicester City the Premier League title.

Spurs' only hope of a first title since 1961 is to win their final three games and hope Leicester pick up less than two points from their last two matches.

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Over to you, Chelsea - Man Utd make Leicester wait for title party

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Anthony Martial's first-half strike helped Louis van Gaal's side halt the Foxes' championship charge but anything but a win for Tottenham on Monday and it's all over



Take down the bunting, put the champagne back on ice, until Monday night at least.

Leicester City did not become Premier League champions at Old Trafford, picking up only one of the three points they needed to shake off Tottenham Hotspur once and for all.

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