Hiddink pleased with derby win

25 April 2009 06:58
Guus Hiddink was pleased to see his weakened Chelsea side pick up a 1-0 win over neighbours West Ham on Saturday.[LNB] Chelsea opted to rest first-teamers Didier Drogba, Michael Ballack and Michael Essien ahead of the midweek UEFA Champions League semi-final with Barcelona.[LNB]But despite the missing stars, Chelsea dominated the contest for long-periods and came away from Upton Park with what Hiddink felt was a well-deserved victory.[LNB]"We did well, first half we played very well," Hiddink told Sky Sports.[LNB]"The only thing we didn't do well was to finish it off considering our superiority in the first half. That's the only thing we can blame each other for.[LNB]"The second half we did more or less the same and we finally got the goal. Then I think we caused our own problems a bit by not taking full responsibility for our passes."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports