Ancelotti pleased with form

28 October 2009 10:25
// A bit of a hack but it works// The article snippet is wrapped onto a second line, even when #article-sub is emptyif( $("div#article-sub").children().length == 0 ) {$("div#article-sub").remove();} Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is pleased with his side's form following their comfortable Carling Cup success over Bolton.[LNB] The Blues secured an emphatic 4-0 win at Stamford Bridge thanks to goals from Salomon Kalou, Florent Malouda, Deco and Didier Drogba.[LNB]The victory follows impressive displays against Atletico Madrid and Blackburn Rovers and Ancelotti hopes his troops can maintain their form.[LNB]The former AC Milan boss hoped Chelsea would be playing good football before his arrival and believes his dream is coming true.[LNB]Quality"We played well over the 90 minutes. We had good control of the game and we played with quality," he told Sky Sports.[LNB]"We're happy because it's a good time for us. We want to maintain this form in the coming games. It's a good moment. [LNB]"My dream at the start of the season was to field a team that plays good football and gives enjoyment to the fans."[LNB]Chelsea made wholesale changes from their weekend win over Blackburn and Ancelotti was pleased with his replacements.[LNB]The likes of Paulo Ferreira, Alex and Daniel Sturridge were all drafted in and the Italian felt they contributed.[LNB]Ancelotti refused to be critical of Sturridge's inability to score on his full debut, stating he was happy with his work rate.[LNB]"The players who returned after injury came back very well. Joe Cole came back in the last match and did very well," he continued.[LNB]Intelligent"Alex and Paulo Ferreira did a very intelligent match tonight. It's a very good moment. We have to continue and maintain this atmosphere.[LNB]"As for Sturridge, I'm disappointed for him. I think he played 60 minutes well for the team. I asked him to play for the team, not just to score. He did what I asked of him.[LNB]"For me, it's not important that he didn't score. The others - Malouda, Kalou - did. For him it would have been better to score, but I'm happy with his work out on the pitch."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports