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Chelsea Leader of the Premier League

Written by Matt Stevens   
Monday, 28 December 2009 21:37

Chelsea Leader of the Premier LeagueChelsea leader of the Premier League football after his comeback 2-1 at Fulham in Week 20 championship, which lets you temporarily widen its advantage over Manchester United and Arsenal, its main pursuit.

With these three points, the Blues are reunited with the victory after recent setbacks and are placed temporarily with five and seven points ahead of United (2nd) and the Gunners (3rd), which have respectively with one and two games less , so that the margin could be reduced.

Things started badly for Chelsea, with both the Hungarian Zoltan Gera for Fulham in the 4th minute after a mistake by John Terry, which disturbs the locals, who could only turn the collision of two magical minutes of the second part, thanks to Didier Drogba (73 ') and an own goal by Chris Smalling (75').

Despite the resounding win in the derby, the image of the pupils of Carlo Ancelotti was again disappointing and failed to satisfy their fans, especially in the defensive end, where the English runner faltered again and vulnerable.

Drogba was the hero of the game with a shot down the wall while visiting, when the game began to unravel, which collects nineteen considering all competitions and figure with fourteen goals, along with Jermain Defoe (Tottenham), leading the scoring charts.

The Ivorian and other African figures of the team yesterday fired the team to join their national teams, facing the dispute in January in Angola Africa Cup of Nations (CAN-2010).

Also victorious out of their final year at Tottenham, who won 2-0 at West Ham (17th) and Aston Villa temporarily ousted from the fourth position, synonymous with qualification for the Champions League next season.

Birmingham City (7th) won 1-0 in the area of Stoke (12th) and remains in contention for European places, while Everton (11th) beat 2-0 at Burnley (14th) and away from the threat of relegation to the Championship.

In the bottom of the table, things are tight and between the tenth and nineteenth Sunderland's Hull is just a mere six points, which foresees a second part of the dramatic and exciting championship.

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