Fernando Torres is back

Fernando Torres shows he can still be in his prime for Chelsea
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres shows he still has it after Barça cameo helps Spaniard burst back into life
Roman Abramovich’s fortune dropped £800 million this year, reportedly, but he is recovering £50 million of that with Fernando Torres’ return to form. As it poured goals in the first half, four within 26 minutes, Chelsea fans were singing in the rain, chanting, “There’s only one Di Matteo”.
As Fernando Torres swept QPR away with a hat-trick, a huge smile spread across the face of Roman Abramovich. All is well at Chelsea, finalists in the Champions League, FA Cup and FA Youth Cup.
Even the sun came out.
Chelsea 6 Queens Park Rangers 1: match report
If Chelsea were good, QPR were shocking, often disorganised, occasionally seemingly disinterested. Jamie Mackie shouted at Djibril Cissé to raise his game. Anton Ferdinand lectured Taye Taiwo after another defensive lapse. Until Cissé’s late strike, the main show of defiance had come from the QPR mascot, who walked along the touchline kissing the club badge before kick-off.
Alarm bells ring loudly in QPR ears. Mark Hughes’s side are above the drop zone only on goal difference from 18th-placed Bolton Wanderers with awkward-looking fixtures remaining against Stoke City at home and Manchester City away. “We’re going to Germany, you’re going to Barnsley,” chanted the Chelsea fans.
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