Chelsea footballers on the right way, in front of their fans, celebrated this week’s entry into the Champions League final. In the game of 36th game rounds even with 6-1 smashed Queens Park Rangers …

This was Fernando Torres  match , who for the first time, in the 44th matched for Chelsea, scored two goals in one match.Specifically, the Spaniard scored three, which is  his first hat-trick after September 2009. year, when he was still wearing a Liverpool jersey. Also in these 90 minutes he scored as well as through out the course of this season’s Premier League (three plus three).

To 25 minutes,  Chelsea’s lead 4-0, and thus became the seventh team in Premiership history, which until this phase of the game was in so convincing lead. Except Torres ,goals for Chelsea also scored  Sturridge,in  the first minute, Terry and Malouda at the end.


Crumbs! A heck of a strike from Sturridge, who cuts inside Ferdinand and fires a shot into Kenny’s near post. Boom. Only 46 seconds on the clock.

2-0 So easy, Terry gets a yard on Hill, climbs above the defender and nods into the net.

3-0 A nice finish that, similar to the one in Barcelona. Kalou finds him with a gem of a pass, he rounds Kenny and slots into an empty net.

4-0  Torres capitalizes on a horror show at the back from QPR

5-0 A cool finish, yet again. Sprung through by Mata he composes himself then finds the far corner.

6-0 Good burst from Ramires, his cross is diverted out to Malouda, who finishes from seven yards out.

6-1 Onuoha does well to battle down the right and pull the ball back for Cisse who lashes home from eight yards out.

An absolute pasting that was. Chelsea dominant from minute one and should have scored double figures. Torres with a very smart hat-trick, and so many plus points for the Blues. A nightmare for QPR, whose goal difference has taken a battering, as well as their confidence.
Highlights : Chelsea – QPR 6-1 (1 Sturridge, Terry 14, Torres 19, 25, 64,Malouda 80 / Cisse 84)

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