• Rangers still have work to do, says Gerrard after title win
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    Rangers still have work to do, says Gerrard after title win

    Rangers, with 88 points from 32 matches, sealed their 55th league title after second-placed Celtic were frustrated by Dundee United in a goalless draw. Rangers fans had flouted COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to gather outside Ibrox before and after Saturday's 3-0 win over St Mirren moved them to within a point of the title and Celtic had needed a win on Sunday to delay their celebrations. Rangers are unbeaten in the league this season and have denied Celtic a 10th successive title.

  • West Ham's Rice worth more than 100m: Moyes
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    West Ham's Rice worth more than 100m: Moyes

    West Ham co-owner David Sullivan is said to have put the huge price tag on the England international amid reported interest from Manchester United and Chelsea but Moyes said that would be undervaluing the 22-year-old defensive midfielder. "I have watched the prices of some players who have gone to clubs recently and they could not lace Declan Rice's boots."

  • Bale over psychological scars of past injuries: Mourinho
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    Bale over psychological scars of past injuries: Mourinho

    Bale and Harry Kane struck two goals each on Sunday to help Spurs move into sixth spot in the Premier League on 45 points after 27 games, two points adrift of Chelsea in fourth. Welshman Bale rejoined Spurs from Real Madrid on a season-long loan in September after enduring his worst season in Spain in 2019-20 with three goals in all competitions.

  • 100 goals not bad for a negative team, says Tottenham boss Mourinho
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    100 goals not bad for a negative team, says Tottenham boss Mourinho

    Tottenham Hotspur became only the second club in one of Europe's big five leagues to reach 100 goals in all competitions this season after a 4-1 defeat of Crystal Palace on Sunday, giving manager Jose Mourinho a chance to have a dig at his critics. Until the current three-match winning run in the Premier League, Tottenham were sliding down the table with Mourinho's tactics coming under scrutiny. But a 4-0 victory over Burnley last weekend and Sunday's defeat of Palace in which Harry Kane and Gareth Bale combined in stunning fashion with two goals each, has put Tottenham back into sixth spot and in contention for a top-four place.