Terry plays as Chelsea stroll past Wolves
Wednesday 26 September 2012
John Terry was part of a strong Chelsea side that hit Championship side Wolves for six in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday evening, the Guardian has reported.
Terry, who spent much of the day at Wembley for the hearing into his charge of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, captained the Blues XI that also saw starts for new signings Cesar Azpilicueta and Victor Moses, England internationals Ryan Bertrand and Gary Cahill, Brazil midfielder Ramires and the Spanish pair of Juan Mata and Fernando Torres.
Manager Roberto Di Matteo was also able to call on Oscar, scorer of two goals in the Champions League against Juventus, the summer’s most expensive arrival to the Premier League, Eden Hazard, and Germany regular Marko Marin, who all made substitute appearances.
The goals came at regular intervals for the Premier League side, with Cahill opening the scoring after four minutes and Bertrand doubling the lead four minutes after that. Mata added a third inside 20 minutes and shortly after the interval Oriol Romeu converted a penalty. Romeu’s compatriot, Torres, was on the score sheet just before the hour mark and Moses completed the rout with his first goal for the club.
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