Chelsea 3 West Ham 0: Fernando Torres breaks his duck to condemn sorry Hammers

23 April 2011 06:27
Fernando Torres hit his first Chelsea goal as the defending Barclays Premier League champions kept their slender title hopes alive.

Frank Lampard hit the first at Stamford Bridge against his former club - who remain rooted to the bottom of the table with just four games to play.

Florent Malouda added a late third as Chelsea sit on 67 points - six behind Manchester United.


Up and running: Fernando Torres scores his first goal in Chelsea colours

In a heap: Chelsea are euphoric fter Torres' strike

On the money: Frank Lampard unleashes an unstoppable drive to give Chelsea the lead against his former club

Nice one, son: Lampard receives the plaudits from his Chelsea team-mates

Calm down: Manuel Da Costa and Didier Drogba are separated by referee Phil Dowd

Rain men: Carlton Cole and John Terry do battle in the drizzle

Catch me if you can: Drogba skips away from Jonathan Spector

Power play: Branislav Ivanovic holds off the challenge of Thomas Hitzlsperger

Shunned again: Wayne Bridge refused to shake John Terry's hand once more prior to kick-off

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