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Pearson’s bizarre post-match rant

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson singles out a journalist in bizarre scenes at his post-match press conference

Leicester City vs Chelsea: Five things we learned – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Telegraph.co.uk
Leicester City vs Chelsea: Five things we learned
Telegraph.co.uk
‘Boring’ Chelsea will be worthy champions. This was not a classic Chelsea performance by any means but the response of champions in the second half. Those “boring” jibes seem misplaced when Jose Mourinho has artists such as Eden Hazard and Willian …
Leicester City v Chelsea: Premier League – as it happenedThe Guardian
Leicester City v Chelsea Premier League: Team news for the Chelsea line-up Metro
Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea: Premier League final score sees Ramires and John Daily Mail
Sports Mole –mirror.co.uk –Evening Standard
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Up and away! Leicester City owner vacates stadium in club-themed helicopter … – Evening Standard

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Evening Standard
Up and away! Leicester City owner vacates stadium in club-themed helicopter
Evening Standard
Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha caused a stir on Wednesday night, after his club-themed helicopter touched down on the pitch moments after his side’s 3-1 defeat to Chelsea. Worth a reported £1 billion, the CEO of King Power Duty Free …

Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea: Title in sight for Blues thanks to second-half … – Goal.com

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

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Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea: Title in sight for Blues thanks to second-half
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Chelsea can win the Premier League title on Sunday after John Terry and Ramires struck late to give them a 3-1 come-from-behind victory at Leicester City. Jose Mourinho’s side extended their lead over both Manchester City and Arsenal to 13 points with
Chelsea player ratings from 3-1 at Leicester City: Willian is bright spark for caughtoffside
What about Leicester City surprises Chelsea coach Mourinho and what does notThe National
Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea: Blues come from behind to end Foxes unbeaten run Irish Mirror

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Leicester City 1 Chelsea 3: Drogba, Terry and Ramires goals put Blues within … – Evening Standard

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Evening Standard
Leicester City 1 Chelsea 3: Drogba, Terry and Ramires goals put Blues within
Evening Standard
Chelsea are just one win away from their first title for five years after coming from behind to beat Leicester City. Two of the key veterans from Jose Mourinho’s first league championship in England a decade ago, Didier Drogba and John Terry, made the …
Leicester City vs. Chelsea: Confirmed lineupsWe Ain’t Got No History

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(Video) GOAL: Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea: Ramires stunner seals important win – caughtoffside

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

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(Video) GOAL: Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea: Ramires stunner seals important win
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Ramires was the man to seal Chelsea’s narrow victory over Leicester at the King Power Stadium, as his well-placed effort gave Jose Mourinho’s men a 3-1 lead with less than ten minutes to go against the relegation-threatened Foxes. READ MORE: Chelsea …
Leicester City vs Chelsea Live Streaming and TV Information: Watch English International Business Times, India Edition

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Leicester City 1 Chelsea 3: Mourinho’s men one win away from title – FourFourTwo

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

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Leicester City 1 Chelsea 3: Mourinho’s men one win away from title
FourFourTwo
Didier Drogba, John Terry and Ramires scored as Chelsea beat Leicester City 3-1 to put one hand on the Premier League title. Chelsea can win the Premier League title on Sunday after John Terry and Ramires struck late to give them a 3-1 come-from-behind …

Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Chelsea fight back to beat in-form Leicester and are now just one win away from the Premier League title.

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