David Luiz Revels In 'Dream Come True' As Chelsea Celebrate Title Win

Sandy Mccarthy
May 20, 2017

It should not be forgotten, however, that Chelsea had no European fixtures to worry about this season.

The Italian Press is bursting with pride as Antonio Conte's Chelsea won the English Premier League soccer title.

London [U.K], May 13 (ANI): Substitute Michy Batshuayi smashed a late goal as Chelsea secured the Premier League title with two matches to spare after registering a 1-0 home victory against West Brom at The Hawthorns on Saturday.

The visit of Watford may also offer a chance for some of Nathaniel Chalobah, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Ola Aina to show Conte there is no need for swathes of new recruits for next season's return to the Champions League. "It will be a big target for us".

"You will see that six teams can win the [Premier] League easily". It's a great squad of players they've got there. Other leagues don't have these extra games, extra trophies and extra hard games.

Chelsea are back in the Champions League, having been without it for the first time in the Roman Abramovich era this season - and Courtois believes the Blues are not just there to make up the numbers. In Spain, you go to other places, relegation teams, and it's not as hard.

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"I am sure we will strengthen our team".

"It's the first time we have seen a 3-4-3 formation winning the Premier League title", Thompson added. We've won the title but that doesn't mean that the team can not get better. I think if you can continue with these players, you can improve a lot.

Meanwhile, Chelsea will bid for a record-breaking end to the season, beginning against Watford on Monday night.

Terry will lift the Premier League title in his final game at Stamford Bridge on Sunday against Sunderland.

"Also Everton had reached their objective, and look how they played, the nice thing in England is teams never give up until it is finished".

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