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Is this what cost Chelsea the title?

Date: 7th April 2014 at 6:30pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Despite Jose Mourinho's insistences otherwise, the Premier League title race may not be over just yet for Chelsea. But succumbing to a 3-1 loss at the hands of PSG in the Champions League via an incredibly uncharacteristic defensive capitulation, just a matter of days after recording a surprise 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace in the league, it appears that the West Londoners have lost their form and confidence at the worst possible time of the season. Looking back to where Chelsea's campaign was won and lost, and their title fate resultantly decided, many will immediately point to the fixture at Selhurst Park. The Blues hadn't lost in their 16 previous Premier League fixtures, and the week before taking on Crystal Palace, they crushed Arsenal at home by a six-goal margin. Furthermore, of all the top flight's title contenders, if there's one capable of dealing with the physical and aggressive pressures a Tony Pulis side customarily offers, it's undoubtedly Jose Mourinho's mechanically pragmatic Chelsea. With that in mind, defeat in South East London was never on the cards, but once again the Premier League proved that anybody can beat anybody at any time of the season, without fair warning. Those Chelsea fans who would shirk that theory, would in turn suggest the defeat to Aston Villa a fortnight previous had been the key, another 1-0 result in the opposition's favour, albeit this one ... Read More


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