Five Things We Learned About Chelsea’s 2nd-String Last Night, Including Andre Schurrle’s Worrying Form And John Terry’s Long Term Replacment

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4) Didier Drogba IS good enough

Drogba was poor in his first start against Schalke, better in his second against Manchester United and better again last night. He took the important chance he got, and occupied their back three all game. He still doesn’t have the pace to run behind defenders, which is an important part of Chelsea’s strategy at the moment, but as a third choice striker or late sub, he’s still got it.

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