Chelsea's Jose Mourinho: The title is not won yet

CHELSEA manager Jose Mourinho says there will be no partying despite his side moving 10 points clear of Arsenal at the top of the English Premier League following a 1-0 home win over Manchester United.

The Blues need just two more victories to seal the title, but Mourinho said: "We are not celebrating. Football is not about 'ifs' and 'almosts', it is about mathematics.

"When it is done, it is done, and until that moment we don't celebrate."

United dominated possession, but Chelsea won thanks to a goal from Eden Hazard (pictured), while Radamel Falcao hit the post for the visitors.

At the foot of the table, Leicester City moved off the bottom for the first time since November following a 2-0 win over Swansea City at King Power Stadium.

It was Leicester's third victory in a row and it is now third bottom, only behind Hull City on goal difference.

Goals came from Leonardo Ulloa and Andy King.

Burnley dropped to the bottom after a 1-0 defeat at Everton, with Kevin Mirallas scoring the only goal to pile on more agony for the Clarets.

On his return to Selhurst Park, former Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis masterminded a 2-0 win for West Brom.

James Morrison and Craig Gardner were on target to ease the Baggies' relegation fears.

Stoke City came from behind to deal a blow to Southampton's Champions League hopes.

Charlie Adam scored a late winner in a 2-1 success after Mame Biram Diouf had equalised Morgan Schneiderlin's opener.


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