Two games, 13 goals. Not a bad way to react to the disappointment of losing in the FIFA Club World Cup final. The verve and élan with which Chelsea dismantled first Leeds United and then Aston Villa has been a joy to behold and a world away from the drudgery that marked Rafael Benitez's first few games in charge. Whether it has been the manager, the leaders in the dressing room or simply a more 'can-do' attitude on the pitch, confidence suddenly seems to be coursing through the team with every player queuing up to score against Paul Lambert's hapless side in the second half.
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