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    Chelsea v Maribor 21 October 2014, a set on Flickr.

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    Great to see @domsolanke pull on the shirt this evening to make his senior debut for the Blues. (at Stamford Bridge)

    Tuesday 21 October 2014 - Champions League group stage Game 3 - Chelsea 6 Maribor 0

    A comprehensive and convincing win in our Champions League campaign.

    With Costa rested, seemingly injured following his international exploits, Loic Remy stepped up to lead the charge. He duly got himself of the score sheet after 13 minutes but what looks like a groin strain led to him being replaced, by the Champions League legend himself, Didier Drogba.

    Ten minutes later a penalty for handball was awarded to us, which saw that man Drogs place the ball on the spot and slot into the bottle corner. Apparently he asked Eden Hazard if he could take it, much to Jose’s disappointment!

    Pretty much one way traffic, our boys running the show. And after 5 minutes our captain JT found the goal, even though the officials didn’t spot the offside! HT 3-0.

    Within a few minutes of the restart poor Maribor put into their own net, although it was Hazard’s wayward touch that stopped him claiming the goal for himself.

    Good to see another appearance from the talented Nathan Ake, replacing Cesc Fabregas, Jose probably having one eye on our weekend trip to Old Trafford. A penalty for the visitors soon followed, with Matic clattering into a player. With
    the experienced Petr Cech standing large in the goal, it was no surprise to see the spot kick hit wide and off the post.

    With around 20 minutes to play, Oscar was replaced by 17-year old Dominic Solanke, one of a crop of talented youth players at the club. A great reception for the young Englishman. Within a couple of minutes we were charging forward again, the nippy Willian smashing the crossbar from the edge of the box. This was shortly followed by another penalty, smoothly rolled in by Eden Hazard.

    Looking rampant, the score was polished off by a sixth for Chelsea, a second for Hazard, wriggling his way on goal, as only he can! A superb team performance, a clean sheet for Petr, and another 3 points at the top of Group G. (at Stamford Bridge)

    We’ve got Cesc Fabregas

    We’re top of the league….

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    Crystal Palace v Chelsea 18 October 2014, a set on Flickr.

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    We’re top of the League. Play for 10 minutes!

    Saturday 18 October 2014 - Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 2

    We’re top of the league, we’re top of the league, we’re top of the league!

    The game sees Remy starting with Costa rested. Today also sees JTs 500th game as Chelsea’s captain, an amazing achievement.

    Hardly had time to settle into the swing of the game before we were awarded a free kick just outside the box following a foul on the lively Willian. Cue the on form Oscar to guide a beautiful shot into the top left corner of the goal. 0-1.

    We pretty much bossed the game with the majority of the possession, biding our time with our patient build up play. The home team did get their moments but we had it all covered.

    The turning point of the game came on 40 minutes when Dave received a straight red for a tackle on Jedinak, and as a result Willian was replaced by Luis. With the game getting feistier, the team count was back level just 3 minutes later when Delaney received a second yellow for a foul on Remy.

    Five minutes after the restart we doubled our lead with some sublime passing culminating in Cesc Fabregas stroking the ball past the keeper and into the back of the net. 0-2.

    After the previous antics the game seemed to go pretty quiet in comparison, with both teams now down to 10 men, but we continued to dominate the game and never looked like losing it, and with 5 minutes to play Hazard was replaced by Mo Salah. In the dying minutes Palace pulled one back and gave us something to think about up to the end of the game. A brief appearance by Drogba saw him replace Remy for the 4 minutes of stoppage time. Final score 1-2.

    A great away day, the Chelsea fans in good voice singing We’re Top of the League for about 10 minutes towards the end of the game, a fantastic party atmosphere!

    (at Selhurst Park)

    Spain surprise Diego Costa with a cake on his 26th birthday.

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    Strange to see my own photo reblogged without even knowing about it!

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