Arsenal fans blast Arsene Wenger after Leicester beat Sunderland

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Leicester have one hand on the Premier League trophy after they beat Sunderland 2-0 at the Stadium of Light.

The Foxes extended their lead over second-placed Tottenham to 10 points thanks to Jamie Vardy’s brace.

While Spurs can close the gap with victory over Manchester United in the afternoon kick-off, the result all but ends Arsenal’s title hopes.


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The Gunners let a two-goal lead against West Ham slip on Saturday, only managing to secure a point. The draw, combined with Leicester’s win, means they can wave goodbye to any faint hopes they had of ending their 12-year title drought.

The discontent among Arsenal fans began to increase after the 3-2 defeat to Manchester United in February and it boiled over into utter fury after the Leicester game, with fans calling for Arsene Wenger’s head.

Check out the reaction on Twitter below.

Jamie Vardy scored twice to give Claudio Ranieri’s side a deserved three points.

With five games remaining, only a miracle will prevent the Premier League trophy turning up at the King Power Stadium in the coming weeks and the possibility of seeing them against Barcelona and Real Madrid in next season’s Champions League is now a reality.

Vardy took his tally to 21 goals and you can check out his brace below.

Ranieri has refused to let the occasion get to his head, somehow managing to remain calm in spite of Leicester’s remarkable success, but even he must be dreaming now.

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