Chelsea looks to be a dominant player this season in the Champions League
It was a night of celebration at Stamford Bridge, as Chelsea beat Malmo 4-0 to move another step closer to the knockout stages.
The introduction of Andreas Christensen for Antonio Rudiger in the 26th minute was an inspired substitution by Maurizio Sarri which turned out to be crucial.
Despite losing two strikers in our Champions League group game, Chelsea triumphed with Andreas Christensen’s first Chelsea goal, Jorginho’s two penalties, and Kai Havertz’s goal.
Chelsea became the first team to reach 500 European goals in history. The two penalties, one from Jorginho and one from Alvaro Morata with Eden Hazard assisting, were enough to complete the victory.
What’s next for Chelsea in the coming weeks?
Chelsea has been in fine form this season, with a 4-0 win over Malmo.
Next up for Chelsea is Norwich at Stamford Bridge on Saturday before the Champions League match away in Malmo in two weeks time.
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Raphinha, Leeds United’s Brazilian international, has been linked with a move to Chelsea.
During the recent international break, he impressed once again alongside Brazil’s Thiago Silva along with three goals in seven Premier League appearances.
In addition, the fact that Deco spent two seasons playing for Chelsea in the 2009/10 season, helping the club win our first Premier League and FA Cup Double, could also be beneficial to Chelsea should we approach him about a move.
Additionally, Deco noted that Liverpool also showed interest during the last transfer window, so any bid would have to exceed the £28.8m valuation estimated by Transfermarkt.
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