Tottenham were unable to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge for the first time in 26 years and saw their title dreams die to the soundtrack of laughter across the country.

The dropped points also help Arsenal in their bid to ensure that Tottenham don’t finish above them, a run lasting almost as long as they’ve went without a win at the Bridge.

Arsenal now sit three points behind Spurs with two games to play but Spurs now have a number of players facing bans after they should have been sent off on Monday night.

To say that Arsenal’s next game against Manchester City is massive would be something of a understatement.

A win for the Gunners at a, hopefully, distracted City after their Champions League game against Real Madrid, will ensure that Arsenal avoid having to play a Champions League qualifier in a Euro summer.

That alone cannot be underestimated.

With one eye above and one below, things have suddenly got very interesting.

Congratulations Leicester, it’s hard to deny you are worthy winners.