Chelsea thumped Sunderland by 5-1 at Stamford Bridge which helped them lift the English Premier League Title comfortably.
Antonio Conte, the manager of Chelsea FC was in jubilation celebrating the team’s impressive performance who kicked the box of refreshments while the players waited for the Trophy to be presented to them.
John Terry lifted the trophy to a booming cheer from the home support who had stayed after the final whistle.
Conte then got his hands on the silverware who planted a kiss on the trophy. The world’s most expensive tournament saw Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho fail to live up to preseason expectations at Manchester City and Manchester United respectively. This also saw Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger failing to make it to the Champions League for the first time in 20 years as they finished outside top four despite scoring a victory over Everton on Sunday by 3-1.
“It has been difficult yes,” Wenger said. “Certainly my personal situation has contributed to that. But I’m professional. As long as I am somewhere I do my job until the last day.”
“You cannot question my love or my loyalty to this club because I’ve said no to every club in the world to stay here with very restricted finances for years.”
Chelsea has secured two tiles in the last three season. Tottenham finished second in the league. Their last championship came in 1961.