6 Things We Learned from Chelsea's 6-1 Blowout Win

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6 Things We Learned from Chelsea's 6-1 Blowout Win
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Chelsea were victorious in the final match of their 2012-13 UEFA Champions League campaign on Wednesday, as they beat Nordsjaelland, 6-1. 

Rafa Benitez's squad put on a clinic of the potential talent they possess, but in the end it was too little, too late to salvage the club's Champions League hopes.

The Blues were dumped into the Europa League after Juventus defeated Shakhtar Donetsk, 1-0, in Ukraine to advance to the Champions League knockout stage ahead of Chelsea. 

There were plenty of positives to take out of blowout win over the Group E bottom feeders, as the attacking players were stellar and Petr Cech came up big for the club when he was called upon. 

Here are six things we learned from Chelsea's five-goal win that sent them into the second tier of European competition. 

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