So far in Europe, Chelsea haven't looked like the side they are in the Premier League.
They started their campaign in the group stages hosting Italy's top side Juventus. It was a tough matchup by any standard, but a 2-2 draw at home is not the way the Blues would've liked to start.
They seemed to get things going against Nordsjælland on the road, as they scored four goals and kept a clean sheet. They looked like the side that won the Champions League a season ago.
In the following match against Shakhtar Donetsk, defensive miscues saw Chelsea trailing 2-0 into the closing stages of the game. An 88th-minute goal from Oscar proved nothing more than a consolation for the reigning champs.
A deflection from John Terry in the third minute of the match saw the ball land at the feet of Alex Teixeira, who was all too eager to finish in front of Petr Cech. Loose marking by Ashley Cole proved to be the chief culprit, but a handful of mistakes led to the goal.
A turnover from Eden Hazard just seven minutes into the second half proved to be the dagger in the hearts for the Blues as Shakhtar found themselves in a 2-on-1 and finished off Cech once more.
Now, Chelsea sits on four points out of a possible nine. They're still in position to advance to the next round, but if they don't start to emulate their form in the Premiership, they might find themselves on the outside looking in.