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Winning Premier League is special: Fabregas

17 Mai 2017

Two minutes later Terry gifted Watford a rare away goal scored by Etienne Capoue, while he was also culpable in Stefano Okaka's strike which made it 3-3 before Cesc Fabregas' 88th-minute victor.

The 36-year-old held back tears as he celebrated in front of the Stamford Bridge faithful.

Watford put a brief damper on fans' celebrations of the title won last Friday, with Daryl Janmaat dribbling through for Watford's second goal and substitute Stefano Okaka equalising against the makeshift Chelsea side in the 74th.

The 16th-placed Hornets' misery was further compounded when Sebastian Prodl was sent off for a second bookable offence in injury time.

He will lift a 15th major honour and fifth Premier League title in Chelsea's final game of the league season against Sunderland on Sunday on his Stamford Bridge farewell.

We want to win our last League game.

"Genuinely I haven't made any decisions yet and I'm evaluating all my options at the moment".

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"He is at a very good club and obviously scoring that goal must have boosted his confidence", Flo told talkSPORT.

Antonio Conte made nine changes to his starting XI and it was no surprise the Blues conceded three goals at home for the first time since a 3-0 loss to Manchester City in April 2016. "(I was) delighted to get on the scoresheet and more importantly to get the win tonight". "Next season we have to improve because this club is a great club and deserves to compete and try to win every competition".

Antonio Conte's side can become the first team to 30 top-flight games in the Premier League era.

Skipper John Terry set the ball rolling with the opening goal in the 22nd minute, but that was promptly cancelled by Etienne Capoue barely two minutes later.

I'm more than likely to use that more as a cover bet for the remainder of my picks however, and I like the widely available 11/4 (3.75) available on Chelsea to win and both to score.

"I was sitting there wishing that the boys kept winning and performing well because for me I have had my time". Leicester felt a bit of that this season and we did past year, ' Cahill added. "It's important for the history".

Winning Premier League is special: Fabregas