Premier League talking points

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GETTY Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions yesterday

Kane was given the winning second goal over Stoke by the league's accreditation appeals panel despite it appearing dubious that the England striker got a touch from Eriksen's cross in the encounter at the Bet365 Stadium.

The Tottenham Hotspur manager also laughed at a suggestion made by the golden boot victor of 30 years ago, John Aldridge, that the episode would give greater motivation to Mohammad Salah to outscore Kane - who has finished top for the previous two seasons. "I don't believe it!"

"Harry is very honest and he is not going to lie about this situation. But it's not a big issue, not a big deal for the team".

Of course, we're talking about Spurs' goal-machine Harry Kane and Liverpool's Anfield King Mohamed Salah.

He [Salah] has done great, he has had an incredible season and has gone ahead, so we will see [if I can catch him].

"For me, I don't care who scores the goals".

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Chelsea kept their faint hopes of Champions League football next season alive by closing to within seven points of Spurs with a stunning eight-minute fightback to deepen Southampton's predicament in the bottom three.

"I wasn't involved in this decision but I'm sure that Harry and Christian were agreed to do this".

He said: "I will leave that for other people".

Manchester City moved to within three points of clinching the Premier League title by ending their three-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory against Tottenham at Wembley.

Tottenham have gone 14-matches unbeaten in the Premier League since they were mauled by this Saturday's opponents, Manchester City in December.

City could have wrapped up the title with a win at home to Manchester United last Saturday but threw away a two-goal lead to suffer their first home loss of the campaign, falling 3-2 to Jose Mourinho's side.

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"No one said to me what is going to happen and then for me it's a dealing between them".

"We have already shown we are ready to compete".

"We need to be consistent during the whole season and be the best team like Manchester City is doing today. We need to show ourselves that we can compete". The Brazilian beat a poor Spurs offside trap to get on the end of an excellent long ball by Vincent Kompany, before slotting emphatically past Lloris.

As things stand, it looks likely that Tottenham will finish in the top four for the third successive season.

"That is so important, but the ambition is to win titles and one day the Premier League or Champions League", he added. Fast forward to the present and Rose has only played a total of 13 games this season due to a combination of injuries and Ben Davies' performances, and looks to be on the way out, with Davies having impressed as first-choice left-back.

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