Lunchtime Report: May 3

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Papiss Cisse scored two stunning goals as Newcastle beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to boost their chances of a top four Premier League finish.

Roberto di Matteo admitted after the game that his side's chances of qualifying for the Champions League now rest on winning this year's final.

Tottenham won back to back league games for the first time since January last night, as Harry Redknapp's side maintained their position in fourth.

Spurs triumphed 4-1 against Bolton, thanks to goals from Luka Modric and Rafael van der Vaart and a brace by Emmanuel Adebayor.

Elsewhere last night, Real Madrid secured a first La Liga title for four years after Jose Mourinho's side beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0


In today's transfer news, David Luiz has again been linked with a move to reigning European champions Barcelona this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Shanghai Shenhua coach Nicolas Anelka is targeting Michael Owen, who is out of contact at Manchester United this summer. (The Sun)

And finally, Manchester City and Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi is said to be ready to quit Napoli after a dispute with the club president. (Daily Mail)

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