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Published: 14:21 | 3/5/16

Mourinho congratulates Ranieri


Jose Mourinho has congratulated Leicester on their Premier League title success.

The Foxes' were confirmed as Premier League champions on Monday night when second-half goals from Gary Cahill and Eden Hazard ended Tottenham's slim hopes of catching Claudio Ranieri's side.

Mourinho guided Chelsea to the title last season only to be sacked in December following the 2-1 defeat to Leicester, but the Portuguese has issued a statement congratulating the club and Ranieri.

"I want to congratulate everyone connected to LCFC; players, staff, owners and fans," Mourinho said in a statement.

"I lost my title to Claudio Ranieri and it is with incredible emotion that I live this magic moment in his career."


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