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Chelsea 3-0 Middlesbrough: Blues are one win away from title

Middlesbrough were relegated from the Premier League after tonight match against Chelsea. The victory means that Antonio Conte’s side will mathematically secure the 2016-17 Premier League title after a win over West Brom on Friday.

Chelsea showed very confident performance. Three winning goals were made by Diego Costa, Marcos Alonso and Nemanja Matic. But Fabregas stood out the most. He was a pure dominance who manipulated the ball like nobody else. It was really fascinating to observe his movements.

Now Boro are behind Swansea in 17th place with two matches to play against Southampton and Liverpool. Steve Agnew’s team were promoted last summer but the Premier League level is unreachable for them yet. They will join north-east neighbors Sunderland in the next season.

Actually, the game went as if both sides already knew the results and the match was an only formality. However, even if champions were confident in their victory, the whole team and Antonio Conte celebrated every scored goal. So it was quite enjoyable game for them.

In the end, there were loud cheers at Stamford Bridge, especially when John Terry went to the pitch at the 84th minute. Now you can be sure, that he is to end the long career with the perfect goodbye while lifting above the heads another Premier League cup.

The final battle against West Bromwich Albion will happen on Friday at Turf Moor. Don’t miss!

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About Viktor Presnyakov

Viktor Presnyakov
Viktor finished the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (faculty Philology) in 2011. He likes to write great stories about sport, technologies, politics, etc. But what he likes more than other is football. Today Viktor live and work in Kyiv as a senior copywriter with more than 5 years of experience. He has been responsible for hundreds of articles on the sports niche. Author has significant experience as a content manager at leading UK companies. His free time he likes to spend in translating science articles and (of course) playing football. His publications allow you to pass through the mazes of football’s world. The most interesting events will be described and offered to your attention. Without a doubt, Victor loves football because it is an important part of his life. And he’ll be continuing to do the best and make excellent publications for you. With all requests and questions you can contact by e-mail: [email protected]

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