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Chelsea's run of 10 straight home league wins came to an end when David Silva cancelled out Loic Remy's opener just before half-time. There were no further goals, and very few on-target attempts in the second half which City edged in terms of possession. City, also beaten at home last week in the FA Cup by lower league opponents Middlesbrough, were still too tough an obstacle and Chelsea only managed three shots, their lowest total in a game since 2003-04 .The result left Chelsea top on 53 points, five ahead of City on 48 with Manchester United, 3-1 winners over Leicester City at Old Trafford, third on 43 . If Chelsea had beaten City they would have opened up an eight point gap with 15 matches to play but midfielder Nemanja Matic told Sky Sports they were not too disappointed.
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