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Chelsea beat Manchester City tonight in a top of the table clash at the Etihad Stadium. Branislav Ivanovic's goal ended City's chance to be top of the Premier League.
Samuel Eto'o, Nemanja Matic and Gary Cahill all hit the woodwork as Chelsea looked the better team throughout.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says it will be "impossible" for clubs to compete with Manchester City, if Financial Fair Play is not enforced.
Financial Fair Play rules were introduced to stop football clubs spending more than they earn.
City's vast spending in an era of Financial Fair Play has come in for repeated criticism from Mourinho - he wants to see the economic regulations are enforced by European football's governing body UEFA. Jose Mourinho said:
"If they (football's authorities) want to make it impossible (to compete with City), it's impossible. (Chelsea) are not competing outside what is important for us, the 'fair' Financial Fair Play.
"We are working, thinking and believing that Financial Fair Play is going to be in practice. So there are things that are impossible for us (to do)."