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Chelsea set history in Manchester City victory!

yosoyeelisha 06/26/2020

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Chelsea have once again proved beyond all doubts that they are the EPL's king maker when they handed the title to Liverpool yesterday by defeating Manchester City 2:1 at Stamford Bridge.

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In the 2013/14 season, Chelsea defeated Liverpool 2-0 at Anfield, and put City back in good position in the title race, ending with City coronation in the Premier League on a closing day win against Queens Park Rangers and a 90min winning goal scored by Aguero.

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In the 2015/16 season, after being led in the first period 2-0 at Stamford Bridge by Tottenham, Chelsea fought back against Tottenham to earn at 2-2 draw in a match later tagged the battle of the bridge, a super muscular and fierce match for a one-way London derby and allowed Leicester to win their first ever EPL title.

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Yesterday again, Chelsea made it easier for Liverpool by winning them the title with a whooping 7 games left in the Premier League. Every time Chelsea has given a trophy ahead to the future England champion, the following year Chelsea always win the trophy.

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In 2013/14, Chelsea helped Manchester City to the title, and in 2014/15, Chelsea became the Champions of England. Also in the 2015/16 season, Chelsea gave Leicester City the title by defeating Tottenham and in 2016/17 season, Chelsea won it for themselves.

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Top Comments
Laje · 06/26/2020
If we can do it for others, we can do it for ourselves
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we are winning it next season trust me Chelsea will do it
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