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Manchester United’s title hopes were all but ended as Samuel Eto’o scored a hat-trick to give Chelsea victory.
David Moyes’s side started brightly but Eto’o opened the scoring with a shot that deflected off Michael Carrick.
Eto’o scored again just before the break, sweeping in from Gary Cahill’s cross, before stabbing in a third after the restart.
Javier Hernandez slid in a consolation but Nemanja Vidic was sent off late on to complete United’s misery.
The defeat leaves United 14 points behind leaders Arsenal.
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