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    Chelsea v Aston Villa 27 September 2014, a set on Flickr.

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    Chelsea v Bolton Wanderers 24 September 2014, a set on Flickr.

    Saturday 27 September 2014 - Chelsea 3 Aston Villa 0

    A pretty comprehensive stroll in the park.

    It didn’t take long before we took the lead after Oscar put away a rebounding shot, and it could have been more during the first half. HT 1-0

    More of the same in the second half, taking every opportunity to drive forward. On 59 minutes a superb cross by Dave found Diego Costa’s head to powerfully nod home past the keeper. 2-0.

    It wasn’t much of a contest to be honest, and we further extended our lead 10 minutes later when Willian made it 3-0.

    Game over, and no more than we deserved. Still top of the table on 16 points, 3 points clear of second place. (at Stamford Bridge)

    Wednesday 24 September 2014 - Capital One Cup 3rd round - Chelsea 2 Bolton 1

    We dominated possession in the first half and finally put one of our many chances away on 25 minutes when young Kurt Zouma stabbed away a loose ball at close range. Alas, an isolated breakaway chance from the visitors caught us napping and saw them draw level on the half hour. HT 1-1

    We continued with our positive play at the start of the second half, which eventually led to a peach of a goal by Oscar from well outside the penalty box, a low drive in the bottom corner.

    We really should have put the game to bed and made more of the chances created, and a late push by Bolton made the last few minutes of the game a bit tense. But it ended 2-1, taking us into the next round where we travel to League Two side Shrewsbury next month.
    (at Stamford Bridge)

    Super Frank applauds the Chelsea fans after the game. #cfc #bbc606

    Super Super Frank…….still!

    Celebrating Schurrle’s goal with smoke!

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    Manchester City v Chelsea 21 September 2014, a set on Flickr.

    A good day on the road to Manchester City, despite Super Frank spoiling our party! #cfc

    Sunday 21 September 2014 - Man City 1 Chelsea 1

    The return of Super Frank, but only to spoil our party.

    A long trip to the Etihad but an enjoyable day. The atmosphere inside the ground was great, City had most of the possession and chances in the first half but the score remained 0-0 at half time.

    On 63 minutes Jose replaced Ramires and Willian with Schurrle and Mikel. 3 minutes later a second yellow for Zabaleta saw him sent off, Costa also getting a yellow in the incident. But 5 minutes after we made the breakthrough when Schurrle gratefully tucked away Hazard’s cross following a breakaway move. 0-1

    With 12 minutes to play we saw the return of Frank Lampard, to applause from both sets of fans. But it wasn’t long before he made an impact on the game with a low shot in the bottom corner of the goal, beating Courtois. 1-1

    Diego Costa was immediately replaced by Didier Drogba, but the score stayed the same and a point a piece. A nice gesture at the end when Frank made his way to the Chelsea fans and acknowledged our support.

    Still top of the early league, 3 points clear of Southampton in 2nd.

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