Creamed Schalke 5-0, Chelsea Wins Big 16 Tickets

Creamed Schalke 5-0, Chelsea Wins Big 16 Tickets

Gelsenkirchen, Chelsea 5-0 win over Schalke, on the fifth matchday of the Champions League Group G, in Gelsenkirchen Stadium, Gelsenkirchen, Tuesday (11/25/2014). By doing so, the Blues confirmed themselves in the last 16 as group winners.

The Blues opened the difference through John Terry in the second minute. Utilizing feedback Cesc Fabregas, Terry breaking goal with sunduland ari Schalke penalty box.

Chelsea increase the advantage thanks to goals from Willian in the 29th minute. With a right-footed shot from the middle of the penalty, sending the ball into submission Ramires Eden Hazard to the bottom left corner of the goal Schalke.

By halftime, midfielder Jan Kirchhoff breaking into his own goal, which gave the visitors a 3-0 lead. Kirchhoff scored an own goal when trying to anticipate the bait Fabregas.

In the 76th minute, the numbers on the scoreboard changed to 0-4, after Didier Drogba conquered Ralf Fahrmann. Drogba passed the ball into the goal posts Willian, with a right-footed shot from the middle of the penalty box.

Just two minutes later, Drogba scored his fifth goal assists for Ramires created. Drogba off a cross, which was headed Ramires enter the lower left corner of the goal.

Throughout the game, according to the records of UEFA, Chelsea off eight shots accurately from 13 businesses, with 57 percent of possession. The Schalke fired three shots bead of eight experiments.

With the victory over Schalke, Chelsea had the standings with eleven, or four points ahead of Sporting Clube de Portugal are located in the second position. Both sides are equally a game.

Schalke: 1Ralf Fahrmann; 4Benedikt Howedes, 5Felipe Santana, 15Dennis Aogo, 22Atsuto Uchida; 3Jan Kirchhoff (11Christian Clemens 45), 9KevinPrince Boateng, 12Marco Hoger, 13Maxim ChoupoMoting, 33Roman Neustadter; 25Klaas Jan Huntelaar

Coach: Roberto Di Matteo

Chelsea: 13Thibaut Courtois; 2Branislav Ivanovic, 24Gary Cahill, 26John Terry, 28César Azpilicueta; 4Cesc Fàbregas (14André Schürrle 78), 8Oscar (7Ramires 75), 10Eden Hazard, 21Nemanja Matic, 22Willian; 19Diego Costa

Coach: Jose Mourinho