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Chelsea will go into their UEFA Europa League quarter-final second leg against Rubin Kazan with a healthy 3-1 advantage thanks in large to a brace from Fernando Torres. Fernando Torres bundled home the first after 16 minutes for his 17th goal of the season before Victor Moses lashed in a stunning second. However, the visitors pulled one back when John Terry was penalised by referee Gianluca Rocchi for a handball. Bebars Natcho made no mistake from the spot four minutes from the break. Torres bagged his second of the night with 20 minutes remaining as he climbed high to head the ball past Sergey Ryzhikov after a fine delivery from Juan Mata's left-wing cross.
Marko Marin is booked for a late challenge.
@randeemandi Tweets: 'He scores wen he wants!!!! Torressssss!!!!'
Pablo Orbaiz flies in on Ramires and is then shown a yellow crad card by Gianluca Rocchi.
Yossi Benayoun is replaced by Marko Marin for Chelsea while Alan Kasaev comes on for Oleg Kuzmin in a Rubin chance.
@tommyhart13y Tweets: 'Great to see torres back in the goals and thats coming from a United fan! Its been horrible watchin a player like that struggle!!!'
Oscar replaces the infuencial Juan Mata. He gets a tap on the head from Fernando Torres as he departs the field.
Yossi Benayoun is booked for a challenge on Cristian Daniel Ansaldi.
GOAL!!! FERNANDO TORRES
Dhairya Kapadia is also back in touch to say: 'Haha guess that's just my wishful thinking, but Chelsea need to dominate and capitalise on this lead, COYB!'
Eden Hazard comes on for goalscorer Victor Moses, who receives warm applause from the home faithful.
@GerryLeeGwynn is back in touch and he Tweets: 'Maybe it's time time for a Hazard Warning?' You may be right Gerry! Looks like he's preparing to come on.
Dhairya Kapadia emails in to say: 'Chelsea just need to be a bit more rock solid, maybe score a few more. Nando getting another? Haha COYB!'
GerryLeeGwynn Tweets: 'The Chelsea Faithfull to roar Chelsea on to a sounding victory.'
Jack Dalgleish emails in to say: 'Chelsea have a great chance of winning, even though they just scored it's all down to Chelsea now, good luck!'
Guess who has come on for Rubin Kazan Lee? Yep, you've guessed it, Jose Rondon has replaced Vladimir Dyadyun.
Just to let you know that John Terry was booked by referee Gianluca Rocchi for handling the ball in the box when Rubin were awarded that penalty. Seemed a bit harsh I have to say!
@leerwilson Tweets: 'Any guess why Rondon did not start for Rubin Kazan?'
Chelsea are now 1/9 to claim victory with our friends @Skybet, who make Rubin Kazan 25/1 and the draw 7/1. Fernando Torres is 6/1 to score next while Frank Lampard is 7/1. I'm going for a 3-1 home win, which is priced at 9/4. Well worth a flutter in my book! Right-click here SKYBET and open in new tab to place your bets on this match.
Chelsea lead Rubin Kazan 2-1 at the break in an entertaining Europa League quarter-final first leg at Stamford Bridge. Fernando Torres bundled home the first after 16 minutes before Victor Moses lashed in a stunning second. However, the visitors pulled one back when John Terry was penalised by referee Gianluca Rocchi for a handball. Bebars Natcho made no mistake from the spot four minutes from the break.
Penalty to Rubin Kazan! Cristian Daniel Ansaldi's shot hits John Terry on the arm and referee Gianluca Rocchi points to the spot. That seemed a bit harsh!
RJ Mayson emails in to say: 'When did Torres get the other 16 GOALS, as you say this is his 17th, but still very welcome.'
GOAL!!! VICTOR MOSES
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