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Chelsea breezed into the last 16 of the Champions League last night thanks to an inspired performance from Willian, who seized a rare chance to start by scoring two goals and winning two penalties.

The Blues were aided by a penalty in the first half from Eden Hazard, which saw a red card come out for Rashad Sadygov, whilst a brace from Willian in both halves and a Cesc Fàbregas penalty in the second secure their place in the knock-out stages.

Willian doubled Chelsea's lead nine minutes before the interval, collecting Hazard's deft back-heeled pass before rolling home.

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"It is easy to play with these good players".

Speaking on BT Sport, Chelsea's all-time leading scorer Lampard, who netted 211 goals for the Blues, said: "World class for me is affecting games at Champions League and global level over a period of time and Hazard is certainly in that bracket". We scored four goals, we did well. We have a big game at Liverpool on Saturday so it was good to have a small rest. "We are ready for Saturday". A little bit of contact.

Antonio Conte said: "For sure I have to make the best decision for these games, because we are playing every three days and it is normal to have rotation".

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The Italian added: "We have to work during the flight, to prepare the game against Liverpool. For me it was a penalty - I don't think for you guys it is, but for me it was a penalty", Willian told BT Sport 2.

"The group is showing great character, our answers are positive, but I think I am very happy to be the coach of these players because they show a great commitment and fight, despite difficulties".

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