Leicester City's fairy tail story turned into reality on Monday night as they have officially been crowned as English Premier League champion this season.
That outcome occurred after their closet rival, Tottenham Hotspur were held into a 2-2 draw against Chelsea, which means that with two games left, Spurs won't be able to surpass their seven points gap with Leicester.
A positive news finally arrived for Manchester City ahead of their big match tie against Tottenham Hotspurs as City's boss, Manuel Pellegrini is confident that their captain, Vincent Kompany can make his return in that game.
Having a good form so far this season, Tottenham Hotspur are full of confidence ahead of their big match clash against Manchester City this weekend.
Sitting second in current standings with big shot in winning this year's Premier League, Spurs' boss, Mauricio Pochettino is not shy on targeting all three points against their opponent.
Tottenham Hotspur continue to look competitive so far this season as they're on the pace in challenging for Premier League title.
However, Spurs' manager, Mauricio Pochettino plays down any talks about his team's chances in winning the league, stating that it's still not time yet for him in thinking about it.
Leicester City are set to face a difficult league battle against Tottenham Hotspur this midweek and things won't get any easier for Claudio Ranieri's men as their star striker, Jamier Vardy will still not be available.
Tottenham Hotspur are one of the in form team in Premier League as their recent positive results put them sitting fourth in current standings, but that doesn't mean everything is done for Spurs boss, Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham Hotspur's recent good run of form stopped this weekend in the hands of Newcastle as Mauricio Pochettino's men suffered a surprising 2-1 defeat at White Hart Lane.
However, that result doesn't give too much concern for Pochettino as he believes that Spurs were simply having a bad night instead of playing poorly.
Tottenham Hotspur securing their group winner status in Europa League with a 4-1 victory over AS Monaco which saw Erik Lamela shines with his hat-trick.
Lamela's excellent performance didn't go unnoticed by his manager, Mauricio Pochettino, who praises the Argentinian's performance on that game.
Chelsea only picked up a point on their latest English Premier League fixture after drawing 0-0 with Tottenham Hotspur, but that result was considered pleasing enough for Blues' manager, Jose Mourinho.
Tottenham Hotspur secured their place in the knock out stage of UEFA Europa League after defeating Qarabag 1-0 on Thursday, a result that was highly appreciated by the Lilywhites' boss, Mauricio Pochettino.