Good night, lads? Hazard and Terry joke around as Chelsea stars get back to business after celebrating his PFA player of year award

Is Eden Hazard showing Chelsea captain John Terry how to celebrate Premier League title

Chelsea may still need six points to clinch the Premier League title, but star man Eden Hazard seemed ready to celebrate during training on Monday.  The PFA Player of the Year had Chelsea captain John Terry in a fit of laughter at the club's Cobham training base as he appeared to mime taking celebratory drink.  Jose Mourinho's side will pulling similar poses next weekend if they manage to win their Premier League matches against Leicester City and Crystal Palace. 

Maybe when I'm a grandad, football will be a beautiful green grass carpet without goals, says Mourinho in latest dig at Arsenal after 'boring' backlash

Maybe the future of football is a beautiful green grass carpet without goals and where

Jose Mourinho has taken a second swipe at Arsenal the day after he announced the Gunners who played 'boring football' as they haven't won the league title in over a decade. Mourinho's side drew 0-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday and left the pitch with the home crowd singing: 'Boring Boring Chelsea'.

Terry on course to play in all 38 Premier League games for first time... two years after Benitez claimed he couldn't play twice in a week

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 26:  John Terry of Chelsea celebrates with team mates after the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on April 26, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Two years ago, Rafa Benitez was in charge of Chelsea and John Terry's career was in danger of fizzling out. He is now on target to play 38 league games.

REVEALED: You've seen PFA team of year... now this is how it would look if judged on stats rather than votes

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 26:  Goalkeeper David Ospina and Laurent Koscielny of Arsenal (C) foil Cesc Fabregas of Chelsea during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on April 26, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The PFA Premier League Team of the Year was unveiled on Sunday night at a glitzy ceremony in London. But did the pros get it right?

Liverpool face prospect of giving Chelsea guard of honour at Stamford Bridge if they win next two games

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho during a press conference at Cobham Training Ground prior to the Barclays Premier League game against Leicester City on Wednesday.

It is fair to say that things have not gone according to plan for Liverpool this season, and there could be one final humiliation. They could have to offer Chelsea the traditional guard of honour.

Chelsea set to become first Premier League champions in over a decade with a profit in the transfer market

MIKE KEEGAN: Jose Mourinho has overseen a complete overhaul of which has seen the product on the pitch improve along with the club's bank balance.

10 THINGS WE LEARNED: Mourinho stays loyal to his 'back seven' while Balotelli fails to impress again

Mario Balotelli failed to impress during Liverpool's 0-0 Premier League draw against West Brom

Jose Mourinho says injuries to his strikers have made him take a cautious approach in recent weeks, but the defensive side of his team has stayed settled.

United, Arsenal and City will push hard for third place to avoid the perils of the Champions League play-offs

File photo dated 11-04-2015 of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday April 27, 2015. Arsene Wenger believes there is "not a lot" between his Arsenal side and Barclays Premier League champions-elect Chelsea. See PA story SOCCER Arsenal. Photo credit should read Dave Howarth/PA Wire.

For Arsenal, City and United, every point between now and the end of the season is vital in order to avoid the nuisance that is the play-off round

Manchester United and Liverpool target Depay admits he dreams of big-money move to England

PSV Eindhoven winger Memphis Depay has admitted it would be a dream come true to move to the Premier League.

253 players, 23 seasons and a unique list of stars... so how many are from your club in history of Premier League team of the year?

Manchester United have had 75 players named in the PFA Team of the Year in Premier League

Chelsea may have had six players named in the Professional Footballers' Association Premier League Team of the Year, but they still have some way to go to catch up with Manchester United. The Reds top the table with 75 representatives in the best XI since the Premier League began in 1992, while champions-elect Chelsea are third with 29. 

Which hungry Premier League star posted a picture of his shopping trolley?

Arsenal star Jack Wilshere takes a snap of his Waitrose shopping trolley

The player is reportedly on the shopping list of Manchester City this summer, but he showed off his own trolley dash on Monday. He has been forced to miss five months of this season following ankle surgery in November, but is closing in on a return to first-team duty.

Terry warning for Arsenal: You'll never win title with 'tippy-tappy football'

John Terry warned Arsenal that they will never win by playing 'tippy tappy football'. Terry admitted Jose Mourinho changed the way they approached games after Christmas.

Former judge Popplewell defends his investigation into the Bradford fire

Sir Oliver Popplewell, who has said police should look at eight other fires allegedly connected to the then chairman', ruled in 1985 that the fire was an accident.

Arsenal can't win title with Giroud in attack...Wenger needs to buy four top class players, insists legend Henry


Thierry Henry has criticised Arsenal's recent dealings in the transfer window and has urged his former side to purchase four top players - including a top class replacement for Olivier Giroud.

Inside the MGM Grand as it welcomes the world set for Mayweather vs Pacquiao... the biggest event in Las Vegas history

MGM Grand set to host Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao... the biggest event in Las Vegas

JEFF POWELL IN LAS VEGAS: The president of the MGM Grand is making a solemn promise to the hundreds of thousands of party-goers already flocking to Nevada for Saturday's Fight of the Century. 'They have my guarantee we will not run out of beer this weekend,' says Scott Sibella. That is a reference to how Ricky Hatton's trans-Atlantic army of 30,000 fans drank the Strip dry when he fought Floyd Mayweather eight years ago.

From administration to the brink of the Premier League... the rise and rise of Bournemouth

From administration to the brink of the Premier League: The rise and rise of Bournemouth

Bournemouth (celebrated by today's local newspaper, above) can virtually clinch promotion into English football's top flight for the first time in their history with victory over Bolton on Monday night. But what do we know about the south-coast outfit? Here Sportsmail takes a quick look at the club who are on the verge of becoming the Premier League's newest addition.

McIlroy planning 1,140 mile round-trip from WGC-Cadillac Match Play to be ringside for Mayweather vs Pacquiao

Rory McIlroy hits the ball at the Junior Invitational golf tournament in Graniteville, S.C., on Friday, April 24, 2015. (Jon-Michael Sullivan/The Augusta Chronicle via AP)

Rory McIlroy is going the extra mile to ensure he's at ringside for Saturday's mega-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas.

Unknown Brit living the dream as a sparring partner for Mayweather ahead of his fight against Pacquiao 

Jack Catterall (left) in action against Cesar David Inalev during their Vacant WBO Intercontinental Light Welterweight Championship fight at the Echo Arena, Liverpool.

Amir Khan may not have followed in Ricky Hatton's footsteps and climbed into the ring with Floyd Mayweather, but another man from Lancashire has.

Bayern legend Beckenbauer tips Klopp to succeed Guardiola

Franz Beckenbauer believes Jurgen Klopp could succeed Pep Guardiola at the Allianz Arena. Klopp confirmed he will leave Borussia Dortmund this summer.

After another defensive masterclass, where does Chelsea's backline rank among the Premier League's greatest ever?

Chelsea masterclass at Arsenal takes them one step closer to the title

Chelsea drove themselves one step closer to the Premier League title with another defensive masterclass at the Emirates, shutting out Arsenal just a week after doing the same to Manchester United. Led magnificently by John Terry, Jose Mourinho's side have proved once again that a solid back-four is the bedrock of any title challenge. From the meanest to the most successful, Sportsmail takes a look at the best defences in Premier League history.

Real star Bale posts video of his rehab as he steps up recovery from calf injury in bid to face Sevilla

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale posts video of his rehab on Twitter as he steps up recovery

Gareth Bale could face Sevilla on Saturday after recovering from a calf injury picked up in Real Madrid's 3-1 win against Malaga earlier this month. The former Tottenham winger took to Twitter on Monday to post a video of himself taking part in a strength exercise as he bids to be fully fit for the must-win La Liga clash. Wearing a harness attached to a bungee cord, the Los Blancos star strides forward powerfully as he tests out the muscle he pulled in an incident on April 18.

Arsenal are without a goal against Chelsea in over EIGHT hours

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 26:  Arsene Wenger manager of Arsenal reacts during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on April 26, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal side have been racking up a number of unwanted records. They have now gone eight hours and two minutes without a goal against the Blues.  

Guardiola: Munich must remain hungry after Bundesliga triumph 

Bayern Munich will not ease up after winning the Bundesliga title with four games to spare as they prepare to face Borussia Dortmund in the German Cup semi-final, according to boss Pep Guardiola.

Rodgers vows to do 'what is best' for Sturridge with crock out until summer

Brendan Rodgers has vowed to do 'what is best' for Daniel Sturridge as the Liverpool striker's injury misery shows no sign of relenting.

Barcelona head coach Enrique wary of season run-in ahead of clash with Getafe 

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique wary of season run-in ahead of clash with Getafe 

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is not going to be fooled into believing his squad has a schedule to close the season that will make it easy to capture the title. Barca, who are two points clear of Real Madrid at the top of the standings, have five games remaining ahead of Tuesday night's clash with 13th-placed Getafe. 'Our calendar looks good from afar, but then you have to go out and play the game,' Luis Enrique told his club's official website. 'The five games left have their own challenges.

'We are almost champions.... maybe this is the key': Chelsea star Hazard pips Kane to PFA Player of the Year prize at London bash

Eden Hazard wins PFA Player of the Year 2015 award following stellar season for Chelsea

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard was the toast of the English game as he carried off the PFA Player of the Year award. The 24-year-old Belgian has scored 18 goals across all competitions for his club this season, helping the Blues win the Capital One Cup and putting them on the brink of a first title since 2010.

I knew we'd lose in warm-up, admits Van Gaal after United humiliation

April 26th 2015 - Liverpool, UK - EVERTON V MAN UTD -
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Louis van Gaal accused Manchester United's players of lacking desire after a 3-0 defeat at Everton put their top four hopes back in the balance.

Once wanted by Barcelona, at £3m Stones is now priceless for Everton

The relationship between Everton supporters and David Moyes may have soured, but at least the Scot left them with a parting gift.

FREDDIE ROACH: Pacquiao could beat Mayweather with one arm behind his back!

Manny Pacquiao could beat Floyd Mayweather with one arm behind his back! 

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY JEFF POWELL IN LOS ANGELES: The bravest of all men in boxing today will be inside the ropes only for those taut 60-second intervals which separate the rounds during the richest fight of all time. One of the most forthright personalities in the hardest game will spend those fleeting minutes galvanising and guiding Manny Pacquiao to what he believes will be the ruination of Floyd Mayweather.

Diddy and Wahlberg strike $250,000 poolside wager on Mayweather vs Pacquiao

Diddy and Mark Wahlberg strike $250,000 wager on Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao

Diddy certainly isn't pulling any punches when it comes to putting his money where his mouth is ahead of the mega-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. The rapper and producer placed a $250,000 bet with Hollywood actor and friend Mark Wahlberg that 'Money' Mayweather will come out on top in the bout. In the video posted to Instagram, Diddy originally suggests a $100,000 wager, before being raised by Wahlberg as the duo chat while sitting by a swimming pool.

Pacquiao looks ready and raring to go as Vegas fight with Mayweather draws closer

Manny Pacquiao has stepped up his preparations for the match being billed as 'fight of the century' with Floyd Mayweather. He posted an intense training video on his Instagram account.

Mayweather vs Pacquiao attracts record $13m from sponsorship

Jose Arroyo installs an advertisement for a fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand, Friday, April 24, 2015, in Las Vegas. The fight is scheduled to take place May 2 at the hotel and casino. (AP Photo/John Locher)

Floyd Mayweather's showdown with Manny Pacquiao will attract a record amount of sponsorship, which is expected to add another $13.2m.

12 things you didn't know about the rivals as they prepare to square up

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, APRIL 25-26 - FILE - In this March 11, 2015, file photo, boxers Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, and Manny Pacquiao, of the Philippines, pose for photos after a news conference in Los Angeles. This is not Hagler-Hearns or Tyson vs. Anyone. Floyd Mayweather Jr. is the greatest defensive boxer in history, and Manny Pacquiao hasn't shown knockout power in a while. Expect this fight to go to the scorecards. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

The global obsession with the Fight of the Century has reached a point where every aspect of the lives of Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are scrutinised.

Henry says Arsenal need FOUR new players this summer... so, here's the shopping list that could see them challenge for the title

Arsenal need four more players to win the Premier League, according to Thierry Henry...

Thierry Henry believes Arsenal need to sign four new players this summer if they are to challenge for the Premier League title next season.  'Arsenal need to buy four players, they need that spine,' the Frenchman told Sky Sports. 'They need a goalkeeper, they still need a centre-back, they still need a holding midfielder and, I'm afraid, they need a top, top-quality striker in order to win this league again.' Here, Sportsmail's Simon Jones analyses the possible options for Arsenal in key positions.

Haye has passport seized in Dubai over £341,000 'bounced cheque' for house

David Haye accused of fraud and has his passport seized in Dubai over £341,000 'bounced

Former two-weight world champion Haye, 34, was stopped by officials on his arrival at Dubai International Airport and accused of fraud by writing a cheque as payment for a new property which bounced.

Spurs become first team with three players on 10 or more Premier League goals for the season

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - APRIL 19:  Harry Kane of Spurs celebrates the victory after the Barclays Premier League match between Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur at St James' Park on April 19, 2015 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.  (Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images)

Nacer Chadli's goal on Saturday meant they became the first team to have three players reach double figures for goals in the Premier League this season.

MARTIN SAMUEL: West Ham should be applauded for giving a little back to fans with cheap tickets...not castigated

West Ham football club owners David Gold (left) and David Sullivan (right) with vice-chairman Karren Brady pose in front of the Olympic Stadium in London after the Hammers were officially named as the preferred bidder to take over the showpiece 537 million venue ahead of London Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

Ever wondered how German football clubs afford cheap tickets? Easy. They do it the West Ham way. This, in part, is why Bundesliga tickets are affordable.

Terry is the Premier League's best ever defender, claims Carragher

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Chelsea's John Terry celebrates after the final whistle.

Jamie Carragher believes Chelsea captain John Terry is the best defender to have ever graced the Premier League after another brilliant performance.

The tightest league EVER? Meet the division where all 16 teams can still win title with four matches to go

Algerian national team players are greeted by fans upon their return from the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, on July 2, 2014, in the capital Algiers. Extra-time goals by Andre Schuerrle and Mesut Ozil sealed Germany's 2-1 win over Algeria in the last 16 clash to put the three-time winners into the World Cup quarter-finals. The victory at Porto Alegre's Beira-Rio Stadium was Germany's first over Algeria at the third attempt, but this was a far from impressive display by the Germans over 120 minutes. AFP PHOTO/FAROUK BATICHE        (Photo credit should read FAROUK BATICHE/AFP/Getty Images)

With four rounds of matches remaining, just 11 points split the top and bottom teams, meaning all 16 teams could still theoretically win the championship.

St Mirren captain apologises to team-mate after SPEARING him in the leg with pole at training ground

John McGinn is now on crutches and will miss the rest of the season after a prank at Saints' Renfrewshire training ground went badly wrong.

Rude gesture sees Ronnie get a rocket from the referee as five-time world champion closes in on Crucible quarter-final spot

Ronnie O'Sullivan given behaviour warning following for rude gesture as he closes in on

Ronnie O'Sullivan found himself in more bother at the Betfred World Championship after making a rude gesture during his second-round match against Matthew Stevens. On the table the five-time world champion enjoyed a successful day, firing two rapid centuries in establishing a 12-4 lead, needing just one more in Monday's closing session to the match to reach the quarter-finals. But O'Sullivan was also spoken to by the referee Olivier Marteel towards the end of the afternoon session - and warned about his behaviour.

LeBron helps Cleveland Cavaliers whitewash Boston Celtics in play-offs

LeBron James helps Cleveland Cavaliers sweep Boston Celtics in NBA play-offs

LeBron James scored 27 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers overcame a shoulder injury to Kevin Love to complete a first-round sweep of the Boston Celtics with a 101-93 victory on Sunday. Love left the court in the first quarter with a dislocated left shoulder, and J.R. Smith was ejected for swinging his arm at Jae Crowder, but the Cavaliers held on to win a series for the first time since 2010, before James left for Miami. Now Cleveland gets extra time before facing the winner of the Chicago-Milwaukee series. The Bulls lead 3-1.

Leicester boss Pearson insists they need to be 'focused' to avoid drop

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson celebrates at the end of the game

Nigel Pearson was trying to keep his players' feet on the ground following a run of four successive victories which has lifted them out of the bottom three.

Murray to work with Bjorkman through the summer as Mauresmo's future remains uncertain

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 Andy Murray (GBR)
 BMW Tennis Open in Munich, Germany - 26 Apr 2015

Andy Murray will train with new coach Jonas Bjorkman until the end of the US Open after working together on an initial five-week trial.

UFC star Jones wanted on suspicion of hit-and-run accident by Albuquerque Police 

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JANUARY 03:  UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones speaks to the media during the UFC 182 post fight press conference inside the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino on January 3, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

UFC light-heavyweight Jon Jones is currently wanted as a suspect in connection with a hit-and-run accident on Sunday morning, police have confirmed.


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It's being billed as the Fight of the Century. Two of the best fighters of their generation will do battle in the Navada desert when Floyd Mayweather Jnr and Manny Pacquiao meet on May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The fight has captured the public's imagination and to help you have fun with your family, friends or work colleagues Sportsmail has put together the ultimate sweepstake kit.


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OLIVER HOLT: Mayweather is 'thug king' of boxing... here's why Money Man is close to genius

LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 03:  Floyd Mayweather Jr. smiles while taking on Marcos Maidana during their WBC/WBA welterweight unification fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 3, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

It is easy to understand the distaste. He is brash, he can be crass, and when it comes to being a braggart, he is the undisputed world champion.

Mayweather should retire after beating Pacquiao and forget Marciano's record... says his dad!

Will Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao fans flock to Periscope to watch fight for free despite broadcasters' clampdown?

Floyd Mayweather Snr has backed his son to beat Manny Pacquiao comfortably next week, but said he wants him to hang up his gloves afterwards.

Want to eat like a world champion? Here's the food Mayweather is tucking into a week before Pacquiao fight

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He loves fast cars, big houses and flash clothes so Floyd Mayweather isn't one to hold back in the kitchen either, given that he pays up to $1,000 per plate when the food is cooked by Chef Q.

Mayweather v Pacquiao tickets sell out in 60 seconds... now seats at fight are being re-sold for $100,000-plus

Tickets for the richest bout in history began appearing on the secondary market with one ticket going for a cool $128,705 (£85,508).

Are you watching, LVG? Man United outcast Hernandez scores twice as Real Madrid close La Liga gap on rivals Barca with win

Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid: Javier Hernandez scores twice as Real come from behind to keep

CELTA VIGO 2-4 REAL MADRID - PETE JENSON: Javier Hernandez made it six goals in eight starts as Real Madrid kept up their pursuit of Barcelona at the top of La Liga with a 4-2 win over Celta Vigo. Chicharito is currently scoring a goal every 83 minutes with a scoring ratio that is only two minutes short of Leo Messi who nets once every 81 minutes. The Manchester United loanee put his team in the Champions League semi-finals in midweek with the winner against Atletico Madrid and in Baliados on Sunday night he scored twice to keep Real in the title race.

Title clash! Rival bosses come to blows as draw with Porto gives Benfica advantage in race for Portuguese crown

Benfica edge towards Portuguese title with draw against Porto as Jorge Jesus and Julien

Benfica edged closer to successfully retaining their Portuguese league title on Sunday after a cagey goalless draw in the top of the table clash with arch rivals Porto ended in an angry exchange between the coaches.

Higuain scores twice as Napoli keep up pressure on rivals Roma for Champions League place

Napoli 4-2 Sampdoria: Gonzalo Higuain scores twice as Napoli keep up pressure on Roma for

NAPOLI 4-2 SAMPDORIA: Gonzalo Higuain scored twice as Napoli strengthened their claim for a Champions League place with a 4-2 victory over Sampdoria. Raul Albiol's early own goal gave Sampdoria a shock lead but fourth-placed Napoli wrested back control before half-time thanks to strikes from Manolo Gabbiadini and Higuain.

10 years without winning a title... now that's what you call boring! Mourinho hits back with jibe at Arsenal

Jose Mourinho has launched a fresh attack on Arsenal, branding their 11-year wait for the title as 'boring'. The two sides played out a goalless draw.

Newcastle flops are embarrassment and I fear they are now heading for relegation, says Shearer

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Alan Shearer fears his beloved Newcastle are in real danger of being relegated and has questioned if they will pick up any more points this season.

Lennon 'questioned by police' after alleged assault on waitress, 18, at a Manchester nightclub

A young waitress has claimed that Everton midfielder Aaron Lennon grabbed her, slapped her and ripped her top as he partied in the VIP suite of a nightclub.

'Boring Chelsea' edge closer to title as Wenger's failure to conquer Mourinho stretches to unlucky 13

Oscar of Chelsea is taken out while one-on-one by Goalkeeper David Ospina of Arsenal , but no penalty is given

ARSENAL 0-0 CHELSEA - MARTIN SAMUEL: Arsenal and Chelsea shared the spoils as the leaders moved 10 points clear of Manchester City.

Liverpool can still attract top stars without Champions League football, insists Rodgers as he eyes Depay

Brendan Rodgers insists Liverpool's transfer ambitions will not be compromised by their inability to offer Champions League football.

Liverpool fans plan protest at Hull game over rising ticket prices

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Liverpool fans with banners protesting against the ticket price of away seats at the Emirates 

Liverpool supporters will stage a protest against the mounting costs of tickets in the Premier League. Fans are unhappy at being charged £50 for a ticket.

Pirlo delivers another free-kick masterclass but Juve made to wait in bid to win Serie A after they fall to defeat by arch-rivals Torino

Andrea Pirlo scores another beautiful free-kick for Juventus as veteran shows his class

Andrea Pirlo scored a stunning free-kick for Juventus, but couldn't stop his side from sinking to a 2-1 defeat at local rivals Torino. Juve could have wrapped up their fourth consecutive Serie A title with a victory on Sunday and looked on course to after Pirlo's masterful set-piece from 25-yards gave them the lead in the first-half.

Griffiths is gr-eight for Celtic as Deila's men take another step closer to title after striker's treble at Dundee United

Dundee United 0-3 Celtic: Leigh Griffiths hat-trick secures victory for Hoops 

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths grabbed a second-half hat-trick against Dundee United to take the Hoops eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a 3-0 win at Tannadice.

This is unreal: Kane overwhelmed as Spurs striker caps stunning season and wins the PFA Young Player of the Year

Harry Kane named PFA Young Player of the Year 2015: Tottenham striker beats off stiff

Tottenham striker Harry Kane capped off an 'unreal' season as he beat off stiff competition to be named the Professional Footballers' Association Young Player of the Year 2015 on Sunday. Kane has been in superb form for Tottenham this season despite starting the campaign as third-choice striker, netting 30 goals.

Pelle is the seventh Italian to score more than 10 Premier League goals in a season... but who are the others? 

Graziano Pelle's double against Tottenham not only earned his side a point at St Mary's, it also moved the striker into an exclusive group of Italian imports.

Grimes named in PFA League Two Team of the Year despite leaving Exeter City for Swansea in January

Matt Grimes (right) celebrates with Swansea team-mate Jack Cork following the midfielder's goal against Newcastle United in the Premier League at St James' Park on Saturday 

Swansea midfielder Matt Grimes has been named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year - despite being a Premier League player since January.

Hernandez is undroppable on current form, says Real Madrid boss Ancelotti

Javier Hernandez is undroppable on current form, says Carlo Ancelotti. The on-loan Man United striker made it six goals in eight games on Sunday.

Newly-promoted Bristol City dominate League One Team of the Year with FIVE players selected 

Bristol City have dominated the PFA's League One of the Year, with five of their players featuring in the line-up announced on Sunday. The Robins were promoted this season.

Pearson could field WEAKENED side against Chelsea as Leicester manager looks to perform 'great escape' 

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson won't rule out fielding a weakened team against Chelsea on Wednesday as he attempts to plot the 'great escape'.

Howe insists Bournemouth players are fully focused on promotion push

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has revealed he has spoken to every player to ensure they stay focused in their attempt to win automatic promotion to the Premier League.

Radcliffe breaks down in tears after ending her illustrious career at London Marathon

Paula Radcliffe ends illustrious marathon career with emotional run in London

MARTHA KELNER: Paula Radcliffe mouthed thank you and blew kisses to the crowd as she ran down The Mall and bowed out of competitive marathon running after an incredible career, dissolving into tears as the scoreboard behind registered her time as 2:36.55. 'Especially down the last mile, I didn't care about time, I just wanted to thank as many people as possible,' Radcliffe said.

Schumacher's son Mick, 16, celebrates his first career win at German F4 race

Mick Schumacher claims impressive first career win at German Formula Four

Michael Schumacher's 16-year-old son Mick sprayed the winner's champagne after capping an impressive debut weekend in German Formula Four with the first victory of his motor racing career on Sunday. Competing for the Dutch-based Van Amersfoort Racing team, the German lined up second on the grid for the last of three races at Oschersleben and made a quick getaway to lead from the start.

Rose turns on the style as Englishman hits a tournament-record to win rain-hit Zurich Classic

Justin Rose hits tournament-record 22 under to win rain delayed Zurich Classic

Justin Rose birdied the final two holes Sunday to win the Zurich Classic at a tournament-record 22 under. Rose, who entered the week ranked ninth in the world, completed a 7-under 65 in the rain-delayed third round and closed with a 66 at TPC Louisiana for his seventh PGA Tour title. The Englishman has won at least once in six straight seasons, the second-longest streak on the tour behind Dustin Johnson's eight straight.

England's rugby league stars to face France at Leigh Sports Village

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Leigh Sports Village has been chosen to host England's international against France in the autumn.

Marler to miss rest of season but should return for World Cup build-up 

Joe Marler of Harlequins looks on during the Aviva Premiership match between Harlequins and Bath at the Twickenham Stoop on May 10, 2014 in London, England.  

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CHRIS FOY'S GAINLINE: Joe Marler will be out for the rest of the season, but Harlequins' chief Conor O'Shea insisted his captain will not miss the World Cup build-up.

Anderson-inspired performance in Test win against West Indies throws England coach Moores a lifeline 

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PAUL NEWMAN IN GRENADA England need only look back to what happened when they were warming up for this series to appreciate the importance of this win.

Wimbledon becomes the latest sporting venue to ban selfie sticks

Andy Murray poses for a selfie with fans after finishing his practice on court 7 on the Aorangi Practice Courts at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon.

Wimbledon is the latest venue to ban selfie sticks. They have been on the rise of the last few years and the stick has proved to be a popular accessory.

Wasps 36-29 Exeter: Simpson's scintillating solo try secures victory

Wasps took a giant stride towards qualification for next season's European Champions Cup with a deserved 36-29 win over Exeter at the Ricoh.

Fury closes in on dream clash with Klitschko as both camps prepare for 30-day title fight discussion period

Tyson Fury is closing in fast on a mouth-watering clash with WBO king Wladimir Klitschko after the Ukrainian's unanimous points victory over Bryant Jennings.

Ethiopian Tufa ends four years of Kenyan domination in women's race

Ethiopia's Tigist Tufa shocked the field and ended Kenya's hold on the women's race as she came down The Mall to win by 18 seconds from Mary Keitany.

Kipchoge leads Kenyan 1-2-3 at London Marathon

Eliud Kipchoge won a titanic tussle with fellow Kenyan Wilson Kipsang to end his compatriot's reign as Virgin Money London Marathon champion on Sunday.

SAM TURNER'S RACING TIPS: All the best bets for Monday, April 27

Sportsmail's racing expert Sam Turner picks out the top selections for the races at Kempton, Windsor, Southwell, Ayr and Wolverhampton.

Jeepers keepers: Where does Guzan's gift rank alongside Enckelman, Taibi and Co in the Premier League's worst ever howlers?

Brad Guzan gifted the ball to Sergio Aguero and was left embarrassed... but where does it

Where does Brad Guzan rank with the greatest ever mistakes made by goalkeepers in football? Here, Sportsmail pick 10 of the best, and we want to know in the comments section below which goalkeeping blunder you think deserves its place in the Hall of Shame.

MIKE KEEGAN: Time for Yaya to go? City fans cheering his substitution against Aston Villa said it all... champion's stay may well end now

Manchester City fans cheering Yaya Toure being substituted said it all... his Etihad stay

MIKE KEEGAN AT THE ETIHAD: The telling moment came just as the second half of Manchester City's win over Aston Villa kicked off and the club's PA announcer stepped to the microphone. 'Replacing number 42, Yaya Toure, is number 25, Fernandinho,' he informed us. The resulting cheers that went around all four sides of the Etihad Stadium said it all.

GARETH SOUTHGATE: Our England kids are as good as any in Europe and anything but victory at U21 Euros will be a failure

GARETH SOUTHGATE EXCLUSIVE: This summer we can prove that our kids are as good as anywhere

EXCLUSIVE GARETH SOUTHGATE INTERVIEW: Gareth Southgate views this summer's finals as significant on a number of levels. If the likes of Harry Kane, John Stones, Danny Ings and Jack Butland come home with a trophy, he believes it will help convince more Premier League clubs that English players are good enough for them.

MARK WEBSTER: Honours even as Wenger and Mourinho contest the latest episode of their marathon battle 

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 26:  Arsene Wenger manager of Arsenal looks on as Jose Mourinho manager of Chelsea reacts during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on April 26, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

I hope when you were watching the latest installment of the Arsene vs Jose show that you remembered that this match-up is no capital sprint, it's a derby marathon.

GLENN HODDLE: Chelsea deserve to be champions but they are not one of the great Premier League teams

Chelsea look set to win the Premier League title now - and could even do so at Leicester on Wednesday. They have been better than their opponents this season.

IAN LADYMAN: City will miss Yaya Toure - he accelerated the club's learning curve and delivered trophies

Those surprised at Yaya Toure's apparent desire for a transfer should not be. He is a player who has placed pragmatism above sentiment.

JAMIE REDKNAPP: Hazard and Kane scooped the awards, Terry would clean up if there was a defender prize

The end-of-season awards will go to the best attacker but if there was a Defender of the Year, John Terry would clean up. Nobody else would get close.

JAMIE CARRAGHER: Don't get fooled again, Arsene... you'll need more to launch a title assault next season

Don't be fooled, Arsene. Don't be caught out by this impressive run of form and think everything is in place for a crack at the title by your Arsenal side next year.

EDDIE HEARN: Froch has to fight this year or he will retire... but it has to be the right opponent for the right money

I spoke to Carl Froch for an hour this week and we have talked long and hard about what he is going to do next. If doesn't come back this year, I don't think he will.