Chelsea rally from behind to beat Ferencvaros 2-1

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Chelsea came from behind to beat Ferencvaros this evening following a display of Chelsea-like resilience and genuine fighting spirit.

After going behind to a Zoltan Gera goal, Chelsea made seven changes to the side in the second half and when Ramires controlled the ball in the 50th minute just outside the area, he volleyed a beautiful shot home to equalize and in the 81st minute, Fabregas rounded off a tantalizing run by firing the ball low into the bottom corner of the net. The midfielder took on and went past 3 players before scoring the goal.

On a worrisome note for Chelsea fans, Didier Drogba limped off the pitch in the 28th minute with pain in his right ankle. Hopefully the injury is not serious.

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Ola BlaQ

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