Live: Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
- Harry Kane opens the scoring at Stamford Bridge.
- Son doubles the lead shortly before half-time.
- Gary Cahill cuts the lead in half from a corner.
- Hazard draws Chelsea level with a beautifully-taken goal.
- Spurs need to win to stay in the title race.
Full-time: Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City have won the Premier League! An historic night for English football and for Claudio Ranieri. What an incredible season this has been! Congratulations to Leicester City!
Another confrontation nearly erupts in the centre of the field - Spurs may have accepted their fate and frustration has come into their play.
One minute to go. Leicester fans have the Champagne ready, I'm sure...
Tick-tock tick-tock... Leicester City stand on the cusp of Premier League history. We have three minutes left at Stamford Bridge - time for one final chance for Spurs, perhaps?
There will be six minutes of added time. Some hope for Spurs fans. And they're making a final switch...
What an amazing game this has been. Chelsea looked dead and buried at half-time, but it is the hosts who now look most likely to score a winning goal. We're on the cusp of added time.
Yet another flashpoint involving Lamela and Fabregas, who has accused the Argentine of stamping on him.
As it happens, the ref decides to keep his cards in his pocket and we get on with the game.
GOAL: Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur (Hazard)
A huge, huge, huge moment in the title race, as Hazard draws Chelsea level! The Belgian has endured an awful season but he may be the toast of Leicester tonight.
He ran on to the beautiful and curled it beautifully into the top corner. What a finish - and what a game this has been!
The game is very stretched as we enter the final ten minutes.
Mauricio Pochettino is a picture of tension on the touchline, and to make matters worse for the Argentine, Danny Rose is now lying down injured. He is being replaced, actually, with Ben Davies replacing the England fullback.
But on an increasingly-rare foray forward, Ryan Mason bursts into the area, only to hit his shot at Begovic. That was a golden chance to kill the game for the substitute.
And Chelsea are now making another attacking change. It's all happening in west London...
Chelsea go perilously close to an equaliser as Hazard's effort is flashed across the six-yard box. No-one is there to stab it home, though.
Spurs are hanging on a bit for the moment and we still have 15 minutes left at the Bridge.
Give credit to Spurs, they're still pushing for a third goal, which would surely kill off Chelsea's challenge. Their latest attack comes to nothing, though, as a left-sided corner is over-hit and the Blues survive.
A quarter of the game left at Stamford Bridge. Perhaps 22 minutes left in the title race, too. Leicester fans will be desperate for the Blues to score another goal - but can they do it? We're in store for a dramatic finish to this match.
Tottenham make a change in an effort to stop Chelsea's flow.
Willian almost draws Chelsea level, latching on to the ball on the right side and hitting a goal-bound effort that is well saved by Lloris.
Tottenham fans and players must be very, very, very anxious now. Their title hopes are hanging by a thread once again.
GOAL: Chelsea 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur (Cahill)
What do I know, eh? Just as it appears Spurs are coasting to victory, they concede from a corner. It's slung over from the right side and as the ball bounces around in the box, Gary Cahill smashes it home. Game on at the Bridge.
Nearly an hour gone at the Bridge and in truth, Chelsea are looking distinctly short of ideas at the moment. In fact, Spurs seem more likely to score the next goal.
The first sign of a spark from Hazard, who takes a shot from distance but Lloris manages to stop it. Chelsea need to get Hazard on the ball all the time if they are to force their way back into the game.
Another golden chance falls Kane's way. The England striker finds a pocket of space on the left side, but his low effort is well held by Begovic. Spurs are knocking on the door though, looking for a decisive third goal.
Kane wins a free header at a corner but his effort is straight at the keeper. Another goal now should seal victory for Spurs.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Chelsea have made a switch at half-time. Here's last season's player of the year...
Half-time: Chelsea 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur
This game started slowly but has really burst into life in the last ten minutes of the half. Well-taken goals from Kane and Son mean Leicester may be forced to win the title on the field, as Spurs are on course for victory at the Bridge.
Another flashpoint, this time involving Willian and Danny Rose, who square up and shove each other. They both go into the book. Mauricio Pochettino stormed onto the field to stop that situation from escalating any further.
Off the ball, meanwhile, Dembele appeared to gouge Costa in the eye. He may face a retrospective ban for that.
GOAL: Chelsea 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur (Son)
Spurs are refusing to give up on the title. Son has justified his selection this evening by netting the second, getting on the end of a pass from Eriksen and stabbing the ball home without any hesitation. The Tottenham fans are jubilant.
Son almost makes it 2-0, but his goal-bound effort is scrambled clear following another good Spurs move down the right side. This game is alive and kicking now, with neither side wishing to give an inch.