It’s Monday, May 2, 2016. Yes, you read that right. Leicester City are on the brink of completing arguably English football’s greatest fairytale, and tonight all they have to do is sit back and watch the action unfold Stamford Bridge. Tottenham are at Chelsea knowing only victory will keep their slim Premier League title hopes alive – anything else and Leicester will be crowned champions. Can the Blues do their old boss a favour? Kick-off is from 8pm, stay with us here for live updates on what could be an historic evening.

Premier League / Matchday 36
Stamford Bridge / 02.05.2016
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Tom Adams tells the story of how Leicester, Claudio Ranieri and his players defied all the odds to clinch the most astonishing title win in football history.
Leicester City: The greatest underdog story of all
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The party has begun!
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Things are still boiling over at Stamford Bridge near the tunnel. Looks like Vorm is at the heart of the confrontation. Ugly scenes, just as there were nearly all match.
However, this is Leicester's night! And the cameras cut to scenes in the Midlands!

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The greatest accomplishment in the history of English football?
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Spurs had to win to keep the title race alive, but Chelsea have fought back to draw 2-2 and ensure Leicester are the most unlikely of Premier League champions.
The 5000-1 fairytale is complete.
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IT'S ALL OVER!
LEICESTER CITY ARE PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS!
90+7'
You have to laugh, really... That's a NINTH yellow card for Spurs, with Mason scything down Hazard just as Chelsea were looking to break.
Spurs have lost the plot here, and somehow Dier escapes a second yellow for a challenge just before Mason's booking - the Chelsea players let Clattenburg know, but still no red for Spurs.
Ryan Mason
Yellow card
Ryan Mason
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
On target1
Yellow Cards1
Fouls2
Fouls against1
90+5'
Just another terrible tackle... this time Kane slides in late on Willian. Pure frustration that, and now Demebele sees yellow too! Again for getting involved in another clash after the foul.
Harry Kane
Yellow card
Harry Kane
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
Goals1
On target3
Blocked Shots1
Yellow Cards1
90+3'
'One Ranieri... There's only one Ranieri!'
Chelsea's title defence may have ended a while ago, but they're certainly happy with the team taking the trophy from them... as it stands!
90+2'
You get a card, you get a card...

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90+1'
And on comes Chadli for Alderweireld, who is unable to continue.
Toby Alderweireld
Off
Toby Alderweireld
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
Free Kicks2
Nacer Chadli
On
Nacer Chadli
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
90'
Hefty tackle from Costa leaves Alderweireld needing treatment.... Gives us time to watch that Hazard strike one more time. Wow.
SIX minutes added on...
88'
Mikel also shown a yellow card for protesting. The yellow had already been given to Dier, little point in picking up that booking.
Boudewijn Zenden
Yellow card
Boudewijn Zenden
Liverpool
Liverpool
88'
Another melee! Basically every outfield player is in shot after Dier chops down Hazard. It results in a yellow for Dier, and this is all getting rather unsavoury...

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Eric Dier
Yellow card
Eric Dier
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
Yellow Cards1
Fouls3
87'
Meanwhile, Fabregas is FURIOUSLY showing the officials his hand, claiming he has been stamped on by Lamela... no action is taken.
86'
It was almost La Liga-esque how the camera panned to distraught Spurs fans after that goal. Kane, Vertonghen, looking deflated and trying to come to terms with this Chelsea comeback.
85'
There's no way we can repeat what the Chelsea fans are chanting now... That's Hazard's first goal at Stamford Bridge in a year!
As it stands. Leicester are champions!
83'
Eden Hazard
Goal
Eden Hazard
Chelsea
Chelsea
Goals1
On target2
Fouls against1
Offsides1
GOAL! OH HAZARD THAT IS STUNNING!
Could this be the goal that hands Leicester the title?
It's a brilliant turn from Costa, who then cuts the ball back to Hazard, and despite being off balance and about to go to ground, the Belgian finds the top corner with an unstoppable effort!

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82'
Rose has picked up a knock and on comes Ben Davies in his place.
Danny Rose
Off
Danny Rose
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
Yellow Cards1
Fouls5
Fouls against1
Wide1
Ben Davies
On
Ben Davies
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
80'
There have been some terrible tackles all evening, but now two brilliant ones within seconds. Alderweireld robs the ball off Willian to block the cross, and then Costa gets the ball back before seeing his cross blocked as well!