Chelsea clinched their first Premier League title for five years as Jose Mourinho's side produced a typically stubborn display to grind out a 1-0 victory against Crystal Palace at a jubilant Stamford Bridge.
Most births do not make the BBC’s main news bulletin or the front pages of the papers. I had a son two weeks ago and this will be the only mention of him – until he becomes England cricket captain in 2040.
It could have ended with a great flourish for Chelsea, a goal for Didier Drogba or John Terry, or even something spectacular from Eden Hazard, but for Jose Mourinho this was as fitting a Premier League-title clinching game as anything that the big names could conceive on their own. In the end, his Chelsea simply sapped the life from their opponents, as only they can.
What is luxury? That’s a question that, perhaps, more fashion companies should be asking themselves. It’s also the title of an exhibition currently being staged at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. (It’s rather diminutive, and free, so I’d recommend seeing it on your way in or out of the behemoth that is Savage Beauty.)