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  • Tottenham lose their heads and title chances

    Tottenham lose their heads and title chances

    Reuters
    Tottenham lose their heads and title chances

    Tottenham Hotspur lost their cool and their Premier League title hopes as they let slip a two-goal lead at Chelsea to draw a stormy London derby 2-2 on Monday. Comfortably ahead at halftime with goals from Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, Spurs were on course for their first win at Stamford Bridge in 26 years but Chelsea hit back after the break with Gary Cahill and substitute Eden Hazard on target. …

  • King delighted to crown Leicester rise with title

    King delighted to crown Leicester rise with title

    Omnisport
    King delighted to crown Leicester rise with title

    Andy King helped Leicester out of League One and the Championship and can now claim an "unbelievable" Premier League title triumph. …

  • Leicester wins English title for 1st time in its 132 years

    Leicester wins English title for 1st time in its 132 years

    Associated Press
    Leicester wins English title for 1st time in its 132 years

    LONDON (AP) — Leicester City completed one of the greatest-ever sporting achievements Monday when the 5,000-1 underdogs won the Premier League for the first time. …

  • Ranieri: I knew I would win a title eventually!

    Ranieri: I knew I would win a title eventually!

    Omnisport
    Ranieri: I knew I would win a title eventually!

    Leicester City and Claudio Ranieri revelled in their respective first top-flight title successes on Monday. …

  • Selby sees off Ding to win snooker world title

    Selby sees off Ding to win snooker world title

    AFP News
    Selby sees off Ding to win snooker world title

    Mark Selby denied Asia its first snooker world champion by beating China's Ding Junhui 18-14 in the World Championship final on Monday. It was the second time in three years that the Englishman had won snooker's most important prize. Selby was ahead throughout in the final at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre but Monday's concluding session saw Ding, who bases himself in the northern English city for much of the snooker season, close the gap to 16-14 before the 2014 champion prevailed. …