Jose Mourinho was the Special One, but Didier Drogba is like Jesus Christ Superstar. My personal savior netted two goals en route to a 6-0 (SIX!) curbing of an exposed Man City squad. Sven hasn't been crapped on like that in months! Finally the top four is rounding back into form, especially after Liverpool brings the Gunners back to Earth in tomorrow's spotlight match from Anfield. Chelsea's win is the latest victory in a big turnaround week for my Blues, their mid-week Champion's League victory had them primed for a big performance today. They currently sit in fourth place, just one point behind City who will not finish in the top six. The rest of the results are after the jump...
Evil Manchester United regained their spot atop the table with a 4-1 drubbing over Middlesbrough. My old friend (and new enemy) Carlos Tevez scored twice to the delight of Ricky Hatton's entire gap-toothed family. The first came as a result of a nifty exchange with fellow troll Wayne Rooney.
Marcus Bent added two more meaningless goals to his career totals. Once again his contributions are going for naught as Wigan gave up two separate leads in a 3-2 loss to Birmingham City. Wigan had a chance to pull away from Tottenham Hotspur (HA!) and their relegation zone mates but an Oliver Kapo penalty sealed their fate for now.
The rest of the games were boring.