Chelsea 3-0 Bolton – Blues Back On Track After Easy Win At The Bridge (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

26th, February 2012

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By Alan Duffy

Chelsea – Bolton Wanderers – Premier League 25th February 2012


Wild-haired defender David Luiz has also looked more suited to a midfield role than the centre of a Premier League backline, and the Brazilian highlighted his silky skills to open the scoring and set the Blues on their way to a much-needed victory.

With old-timers Frank Lampard, Michael Essien and Didier Drogba back in action, the Blues dominated possession in the first-half but struggled to find a way past a well-organised Bolton defence. Indeed, the home side had to wait until just after the break to finally break the deadlock, courtesy of a superb curling effort from Luiz.

On the hour-mark, Drogba made it two, heading home with ease from a Lampard corner.  The provider of that goal then got on the scoresheet himself, converting an inviting centre from Juan Mata to notch his 10th league goal of the season.

The Trotters had few chances themselves to nab a goal, with Ryo Miyaichi and Nigel Reo-Coker coming closest for the Trotters.

The result sees AVB’s Chelsea side climb back into the top four, thus taking at least some of the pressure off the Portuguese coach. As for Owen Coyle and Bolton, their fate may not be decided until the final day of the season.

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  1. MrMac says:

    Good game.

    …but puts his massive question on the dressroom ecosystem.
    What works, what doesn’t?

    Shitty that drogba maybe injured :C
    Why isn’t anyone reporting that? is it serious?

    Hoping to see Essien starting to voice himself and keep things in order.
    Abramovich also publicly backing AVB and thinks getting on track for next season.

    ….that is unless mourinho quits real of course :D

  2. Del says:

    Luiz
    Drogba
    Lampard

    Oh would you look at that, no Torres.

    David Luiz goals for Chelsea: 4

    Fernando Torres goals for Chelsea: 3

    Source: wiki

    This does not look good Nando. >.<

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