London, Oct 3: Chelsea has continued their run of unbeaten success with their Champions League victory over German side Schalke 04 on Tuesday in their Group E clash in Germany, with two goals from Fernando Torres in each half.
Chelsea, whose second away win in Europe this season puts them top of Group E ahead of clashes with Manchester City and Arsenal, is now unbeaten in seven matches, wining six, since losing at home to Basel on September 18.
According to the Mirror, the Spaniard boosted Chelsea’s dominance early in the game with his opening goal just a few minutes after the match started, after which his decisive second goal in the late second half followed by his teammate Eden Hazard’s late goal capped a classic away performance for Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho also won his seventh match on German soil last night after losing his previous six with Real Madrid – including the last two Champions League semi-finals – Inter Milan and Chelsea.
The report mentioned that the Chelsea boss has accepted the FA charge of improper conduct following Saturday’s victory over Cardiff and will pay an 8,000-pound fine. (ANI)