Pumped up with confidence, The Blues’ face their arch rivals Tottenham on May 2nd. The Blues remain undefeated at home against Spurs for 26 years running.
Hiddink’s side defeated Bournemouth in a 4-1 routing of The Cherries. Pedro, Hazard and Willian, all getting their names on the score sheet with Fabregas assisting thrice and inspiring The Blues to victory. It was an integrated performance from the team.
Guus Hiddink was very much impressed with team’s spirit and attitude, and has already made it clear that they will go all out on Spurs to provide a dead end to their title hopes.
This victory has come at the right time for Chelsea, the team will go into the game against Spurs with their heads held high.
Hazard marked his return after injury with a brace and Fabregas rediscovered his sweet touch on the ball, Pedro, as always showed spark on the pitch. Things are going in the right direction for Chelsea before hosting Spurs at Stamford Bridge.