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Chelsea beat Middlesbrough, one win away from EPL title

14 May 2017

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has told talkSPORT lifting the Premier League title this season would be even sweeter for the club on the back of last year's disastrous campaign.

"For sure now I'm a bit relaxed".

"This step was big, a big step for us".

Chelsea have been warned West Brom will be no pushovers when they head to The Hawthorns for a prospective title party.

"It's a good season and we want it to become a great season and then a fantastic season", Contest said.

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Middlesbrough had been a steady Premier League team for years, until their first relegation in 2009.

Cahill accepts some of the tension has lifted since Tottenham's defeat at the hands of West Ham last week but says Chelsea are not getting carried away just yet.

Diego Costa scored his 20th league goal of the season, converting a pass from the excellent Cesc Fabregas, and Marcos Alonso netted from a similar position before half-time, ahead of Nemanja Matic's second-half goal.

The result, coupled with a season of lamentably insipid displays, appears to have taken it's toll on Boro's homegrown captain, 24-year-old defender Ben Gibson, who was understandably beside himself by the end of the evening at Stamford Bridge. "Then, through hard work, he improved a lot". The main focus of Chelsea's player was the diagonal cross which created a lot of problem for the Middlesbrough defense.

"We are still doing the right things, there is no complacency". I must be pleased for the performance, for the commitment, for the desire, for the will of my players.

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Chelsea have had a player sent off on their last two Premier League trips to the Hawthorns - John Terry last season and Cesc Fabregas in 2014-15. "Now he's deserving this".

Conte has reinvigorated Chelsea following his arrival after last season's tenth-placed finish.

"It's important to celebrate your win, but also to have great respect and clap this type of situation. I don't think Antonio will expect anything different".

Steve Agnew, who won just one of nine matches since taking over as caretaker manager in March, pointed to a lack of goals as a reason for Boro's poor record and remained quiet regarding his future at the Riverside Stadium.

"We've worked so hard for a number of years to get back into the Premier League and we know how tough the Premier League is", he said.

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