Chelsea fans react on Twitter as Tottenham beat Arsenal
By Dominic Toner
Tottenham managed to move four points behind Chelsea in the Premier League – and the Blues fans stay calmed about the situation on Twitter.
Antonio Conte’s side managed to put the pressure on their rivals on Sunday by beating Everton 3-0 in the afternoon.
That left Spurs momentarily seven points adrift of the Blues in the title race, but they managed to ease past Arsenal 2-0 in the evening to re-open the four-point deficit.
Chelsea managed their victory thanks to goals from Pedro, Gary Cahill and Willian in an impressive away victory.
Meanwhile, Spurs recorded their ninth straight league victory and their talisman Harry Kane and Dele Alli were on the scoresheet.
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Chelsea fans on social media feel that their victory over Everton should be enough to win the title, despite an in-form Spurs side refusing to go away.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Said it before and I'll say it again, really do not care what Spurs do; have always maintained, we do what we need to do and we win it #CFC
— Alan (@alan_hines83) April 30, 2017
Spurs wana win this but its too late ???????????? Cumon Chelsea #CFC
— Mnr THIZOZO (@Mokoena_TK) April 30, 2017
Well done Spurs.. 4 points cushion still there.. we'll start again next weekend.. #CFC
— Nyendak (@tenzinnyendak) April 30, 2017
We've got easy games and Spurs still have to play United anyway, expect another draw lel. THE TITLE IS SURELY OURS! #CFC
— Jay (@jayabhiraj) April 30, 2017
Antonio!!! He has done it again. What an amazing man he is. Exceptional second half by chelsea. I don't really care about spurs. #CFC
— Antonio Conte (@londonisblue23) April 30, 2017
Why do Chelsea fans care about this game, we got the hardest game left of the season out of the way with a win, Spurs don't matter anymore
— CFC Éire (@CFC_Eire) April 30, 2017
Chelsea are still the favourites for the league crown and it would be their second title in just three seasons.
They have four favourable fixtures remaining and will win the title if they can win three of them.
Conte’s team host Middlesbrough, Watford and Sunderland at Stamford Bridge, while they also have an away game at West Brom.
Spurs’ matches appear to be slightly harder on paper as they still have home games against Manchester United and Hull, plus away trips to West Ham and Leicester.
In other Chelsea news, Football Insider has rated the club’s players after their victory over Everton.