Manchester City star Wayne Bridge humbled his namesake Stamford Bridge yesterday afternoon in his side's famous 4-2 victory which keeps the Sky Blues in fourth place in the Premier League.
Bridge, the recent subject of the Terrygate Affair, rubbed salt into his former England colleague's wounds by scoring all four goals, and even taunted the League leaders by 'giving away' a couple of consolation goals to make the scoreline seem a bit more respectable.
After Chelsea had opened the scoring when Frank Lampard was allowed by Vincent Kompany to get a shot on goal, Bridge took command by sneaking through to squeeze the ball past a flailing Petr Cech for City's opener, then powered a left foot drive into the corner after halftime for the second.
He completed his hatrick with a penalty, and then squared the ball to himself to tap in at the far post to make it 4-1. Late on, he brought down Anelka to concede a penalty just to take the piss out of Chelsea and the crowd who had booed him.
Despite the six goals, the game was more notable for the 'handshake-that-never-was' between Bridge and John Terry, who recently shagged the former's girlfriend, and for the way every Manchester City player wore the name 'Bridge' on their shirts to show solidarity and support for the aggrieved full-back.