Chelsea secured the Premier League title on
Friday after substitute Michy Batshuayi’s 82nd-
minute goal earned Antonio Conte’s side a
hard-earned 1-0 victory at West Bromwich
Albion.

The Belgian striker’s goal took Chelsea 10
points clear of second-place Tottenham
Hotspur, who have only nine points left to play
for.
It is Chelsea’s second title win in three seasons,
their sixth in total, and comes at the end of
former Juventus and Italy coach Conte’s first
season as manager.

Conte, who claimed three Serie A titles as
Juventus manager, has restored the club to the
winners’ circle by rebuilding from the chaotic
end of Jose Mourinho’s second reign.

The Italian’s side finally broke through West
Brom’s stubborn resistance with eight minutes
remaining and will now chase the double when
they face Arsenal in the FA Cup final on May
27.


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