Manchester City's chance of winning four titles evaporated following their FA Cup exit on Monday as they were being beaten by League One side, Wigan Athletic.
Pep Guardiola's men were certainly disappointed with that result as not only they were beaten by a supposedly weaker side, but there were also several incidents that made that game much more sour.
Getting their act back together with recent victories, including their latest comfortable 4-0 win in FA Cup, Chelsea consider themselves ready for an important Champions League clash against Barcelona.
Real Madrid got an advantage over their opponent, Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League knock out stage battle at Santiago Bernebau.
Having to come from a goal down, Los Blancos end up winning 3-1 thanks to two late goals which will certainly brought nothing but disappointment for the away side as they didn't really play that bad.
Positive results were earned by two Premier League teams on Champions League knock out stages first leg as Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 away against Juventus, while Manchester City slammed Basel in Switzerland.
Manchester City remain comfortable sitting top of English Premier League standings following an impressive 5-1 victory over Leicester City on Saturday.
Drawing their last league fixture, Man City were very eager to redeem that result as they immediately push forward vigorously and got themselves in front after just three minutes through Raheem Sterling.
The pressure on Antonio Conte at Chelsea gets even bigger following his team's second heavy defeat in a row as on Monday they were beaten 4-1 by Watford.
Following a shocking 3-0 loss on midweek over Bournemouth, The Blues were determined to experience a different kind of outcome, but things just didn't go well again for Conte's boys.
Now that the busiest period for English clubs is over, we look back in what was one of the most hectic transfer windows in recent history. Alexis Sanchez moving to Manchester United and Arsenal getting the Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund stole the newspapers headlines, but we look what all 20 teams did on the transfer market and more important have they improved their squads:
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Pep Guardiola’s dream of an undefeated Premier League season came crashing down around him in mid-January, with Liverpool’s free-flowing attacking play causing Manchester City numerous problems at Anfield, with the Reds recording a 4-3 victory in a thrilling encounter, where the art of defending was thrown out of the window by both sides.
Manchester City's unbeaten run in English Premier League coming to an end this past weekend following their 4-3 defeat from Liverpool, but that result apparently still not affecting the bookmakers odds on their success this season.
Let's face it Manchester City looks like it has the English Premier League all bottled up and tied in a big red bow for the win. At the present time, and being 14 points ahead of the next team, it looks like it's a done deal.