Memo to Premiership: Nobody Stands a Chance. Sincerely, Chelsea

Published on 18-Jan-2015 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Update

Near perfect.

Chelsea delivered a bold statement with their rock-solid performance against Swansea with an easy 5-0 shellacking.

Swans were looking for a getaway against the leaders, as their goal scoring machine, Wilfried Bony, decided to set sail in the blue region of Manchester. Chelsea, on the other hand, were eager get the three points that Swansea were naïvely trying to defend.

In the process, it looked like as if the Blues were having their own who-scores-quickest tournament. And that started in the first minute:

There's something about that opening 60 seconds for Blues past and present this week. First, it was Chelsea-loanee Fernando Torres against Real Madrid, and now, it's Oscar.

José Mourinho’s goal parade just kept marching onward in Liberty Stadium.

The next two performances were from the top scorer of the Premier league, none other than Diego Costa.

Just as it looked it couldn’t get any worse, it did for the dudes in the all-white kit. The man who started it on the day ended their first-half with more misery:

It was only intermission and the match was done. Such was the dominance of the Blues.

But, nothing like a bit of salt for the wounds. Swansea's suffering took another blow when Chelsea’s André Schürrle added another to end it, 5-0.

Caddy, the pitching wedge, if you please:

With such strong statements, Chelsea are rending the Premiership asunder.

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