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Sunday, 14 November 2010

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3-0! Geddin There! Ave It!

Chelsea made an early foray into demonstrating the Club's Christmas spirit by walking in a winter blunderland at Stamford Bridge as they cruised to a resounding 3-0 defeat to unfancied Sunderland.

The Mackems could hardly believe their luck from the kick off as they subjected The Pensioners to an absolute mauling.

After coming painfully close on several occasions, Sunderland opened the scoring on the verge of half time with an Onuoha strike.

Onuoha cut through the Chelsea defence like a pensioner who smells of piss and cabbage cuts through a post office queue, before slotting home.

How the Sunderland fans and the fans of just about every other club (with the possible exception of Newcastle) laughed fit to burst.

In the second half, things went from bad to worse for Chelsea, as Gyan made it 2-0 following a well worked move and a cool side footed finish past the flailing keeper.

Chelsea tried to stage a comeback, but then came the comedy moment of the PL season - Ashley Cole (the underpant texter) found himself under pressure on the left, back by the corner flag, when he placed an inch perfect pass for former Manchester United starlet Danny Welbeck to pounce on and prod past Petr Cech. For 3-0

Oh dear.

The rest of the football world extends its deepest sympathies to Chelski.

No, honestly, we do.

Walking in a winter blunderland...priceless.

More as we get it.

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