Leicester fans react to the goal that won them the Premier League

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Leicester fans reacted with hysteria as Eden Hazard's Chelsea equaliser shattered Spurs' title dreams and handed the Foxes Premier League glory. 

It looked as if the East Midlands would have to put the champagne on ice when Harry Kane and Heung Min-Son handed Tottenham a two-goal lead, but goals from Gary Cahill and out-of-sorts Hazard saw Leicester - and Stamford Bridge - erupt 

Crazy reaction 

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Claudio Ranieri's men have truly pulled off one of the greatest sporting achievements of all time, starting the season with odds of 5000/1 and winning the league with two games to spare. 

Spurs devastated 

As for Tottenham, their derby collapse epitomised a night of heartbreak and fury in a feisty encounter with bitter rivals Chelsea. Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela could face retrospective action for a scratch and a stamp respectively, while tensions also boiled over at the final whistle. 

The Blues may have had to wait until May to have an impact on the title race, but they will be delighted to have done it in a way that handed minnows Leicester the trophy at the expense of Spurs. 

Leicester narrowly escaped relegation last season. Ranieri has guided them to the impossible dream, and the party in the city has well and truly begun. 

How should Leicester celebrate their remarkable win? Have your say in the comments. 

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