Chelsea maintained their unbeaten run in the Champions League this season with a comfortable 3-1 win over Sporting Lisbon, and in doing so sent the Portuguese side out of the competition.
The Blues players fighting for a regular starting place impressed at Stamford Bridge, with Andre Schurrle and John Obi Mikel
Loic Remy is determined to prove to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho that he deserves a bigger role in the Blues’ title push this season.
The Frenchman scored an impressive goal in Chelsea’s 3-0 defeat of Tottenham when he left Jan Vertonghen in his wake before coolly slotting past Hugo Lloris.
Tuesday night's hammering of German's Schalke made it 19 games unbeaten for Chelsea since the start of the campaign.
The 5-0 Schalke thumping was an ominous warning to their rivals that they mean business in the Champions League too.
When they convert their devastating displays into silverware, Drogba reckons Mourinho's can then
Sporting Lisbon went second in UEFA Champions League Group G by beating Maribor 3-1 in a game that was delayed by a power cut.
Sporting raced into an early lead through Carlos Mane inside the opening 10 minutes, and when Nani doubled their lead they looked to be on course for
Chelsea blew Schalke away - dominating throughout and eventually running out clear 5-0 winners. John Terry rose to nod home a corner supplied by Cesc Fabregas inside 60 seconds to silence the Veltins Arena. Willian added a second and, when Jan Kirchhoff headed in an own goal two minutes before