Chelsea Cranks It Up for No Apparent Reason

Published on 04-Apr-2016 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Review

Turn up the heat

The Premiership's accounts are about to be closed for the season, and Chelsea now decides to present its best work.

Could be they had no choice.

They were playing Aston Villa.

The Men in Blue totally dominated the soon-to-be-relegated Villains, who were every bit a disinterested side in a 0-4 smackdown.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek was the first to make the scorebook, as Villa’s vulnerabilities were beyond evident:

New Blues man Alexandre Pato converted a penalty like a boss, or to put it differently, unlike Eden Hazard:

Power and precision defeat all.

Chelsea then started passing like a high-payroll club should, which set up Pedro to register their third:

Where was this play before?

Ask José Mourinho. He knows everything. Just ask him about that, too.

Pedro scored again to mark the Blues return to resembling an elite side again.

Should be an interesting off-season as Stamford Bridge.

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