Chelsea legend Didier Drogba proved that class is permanent as he bagged a hat-trick on his first start for Montreal Impact.
The 37-year-old – who scored 104 Premier League goals in two spells for the Blues, as well the penalty that clinched the Champions League crown in 2012 – had made one substitute appearance for his new side before starting the clash with Chicago Fire.
And his treble proved vital as the Canadian side overcame their Eastern Conference rivals 4-3.
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