12 May, 2017
Chelsea have now extended their lead at the Premier League's summit to seven points - meaning a victory over West Bromwich Albion on Friday will win them the 2016/17 title.
"We're very close, and it will be very enjoyable after a year ago". "We need another win and then to celebrate another fantastic target for us".
"Everyone went out and enjoyed themselves and there was a little bit of pressure off, although that can sometimes be bad when you relax and do not do the right things".
"This is another big step for me, because I like big challenges in my life". It's great. Now we need to do another step.
Cahill, 31, insisted that there was no complacency: "It's going to be a tough game at West Brom, it always is. West Brom will want to play a good game against us, but we are ready".
Fabregas began the season on the bench after new signing N'Golo Kante took his place, but he has played an increasingly prominent role in recent weeks.
"It's not down to tonight it's a full season, from top to bottom we have not been good enough", he said. The main focus of Chelsea's player was the diagonal cross which created a lot of problem for the Middlesbrough defense. Then through hard work, he improved a lot.
"I've had to have patience and play for the team and hopefully we can win another title and win another [FA Cup] final. Now he's deserving this".
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As Cesc Fabregas composed Chelsea's march to the brink of the English Premier League title, it was hard to believe the midfielder was making just his 11th start of the campaign on Monday.
Conte made a point of saluting Boro's travelling fans after the game. "It's great for me, great for the players and for the club".
'I think it's right.
"Everybody is devastated", Middlesbrough manager Steve Agnew said. "Obviously we've come up short".
'The consideration now is of course trying to get the league won as quickly as possible, ' Nevin wrote in his column for Chelsea's official site.
"To lose tonight and lose our Premier League status is a massive and bitter disappointment". The infrastructure is all there. It's been ongoing for as long as the season has been with us.
"Now we have three chances to exploit, to become champions".