Consistent Chelsea deserve top position, says West Brom's Pulis

Jay Jacobs
May 12, 2017

"We haven't had enough wins and that's the key to the whole thing".

'They will give us a very hard game there and we have to stay focused'. "No, I hope (they do)", he said. But we took a big step today.

"It was a big win at this stage of the season. We need another step and then to celebrate".

We have the possibility to do this on Friday against West Brom.

Should Chelsea seal the Premier League title on Friday night, the team will be able to take their foot off the gas somewhat when they host Watford and then already-relegated Sunderland at Stamford Bridge next week. They dominated the game right from the start.

"Honestly for sure this is a big step because now there are three games".

Fabregas urged Chelsea to wrap up the Premier League title on Friday with a win over West Bromwich Albion. That means we won eight games and lost only two. It was a great performance, my players showed commitment, work-rate for three important points.

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"The fans deserve Premier League football and we have to find a team to do that".

"It's not important where you win, it's important to win", he added.

"We must know that to play against West Brom is not easy".

Chelsea had already created a succession of chances before Costa put the Antonio Conte-led side ahead by finishing off a fine pass from man of the match Cesc Fabregas, goal.com reported. And now he's playing in every game. I'm pleased for him.

Asked to compare the successes with Chelsea, the Belgium goalkeeper said: 'It's hard to say because obviously in the first year I came here, I came from winning the league in Spain and straight away we won the league, so that was very nice.

Despondent Middlesbrough head coach Steve Agnew revealed the team's dressing room was "devastated" after the 3-0 defeat at Chelsea confirmed their relegation.

"Everyone is devastated", he admitted. It's been one of the curiosities of the Blues' league campaign that they've rarely found space for the 30-year-old Spaniard in their starting XI but on the few times they have he's never disappointed. We've pulled up short.

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