Swindon vs. Chelsea: Live Score, Highlights, Recap
Capital One Cup: Swindon vs. Chelsea (kickoff 7:45 p.m. BST; 2:45 p.m. EDT)
24 September 2013
County Ground, Swindon
Referee: Michael Oliver
Swindon 0-2 Chelsea (29' Torres; 35' Ramires)
Swindon XI: Foderingham; Thompson, Ward, Hall, McEveley; Ajose, Luongo, Kasim, Pritchard, N’Guessan; Ranger
Chelsea XI: Schwarzer; Azpilicueta, D.Luiz, Cahill, Bertrand; Essien, Van Ginkel; De Bruyne, Mata, Willian; Torres
FT: Swindon 0-2 Chelsea. The Blues are through to the next round.
90+2' A late Swindon corner is dealt with by Demba Ba.
90' Torres! The Chelsea striker quite nearly bags his second, and on the rebound David Luiz has his shot blocked.
89' Some more Swindon possession. They can certainly pass the ball around, but on this occasion Bertrand gets his head on the ball and sends it back to Schwarzer.
86' Louis Tompson and Pritchard with some nice stuff on the edge of the Chelsea box, but Essien does well to break up the play.
83' Willian! His best move of the night finds him running onto a David Luiz ball, bursting into the box and firing his effort just wide of goal.
82' Bertrand cuts the ball back to Mata, who smashes it well over the bar. Hardly vintage Juan Mata this evening.
Meanwhile, Demba Ba has replaced De Bruyne for Chelsea.
77' Thompson goes into the book for a foul on Essien. David Luiz takes it and it's straight at Foderingham.
75' Some miscommunication between Terry and David Luiz quite nearly leads to a turnover. David Luiz has not been good this evening.
73' El Gabas replaces Ajose for Swindon.
70' Willian skies one! Foderingham made the initial save on Torres, but the ball fell right to the feet of Willian. He should have scored easily but he blasted it over the bar!
68' Good take from Schwarzer on McEveley's cross. Ajose had done well to bring the ball deep into the goalmouth before switching it back.
67' High pressing from Chelsea now as they look to increase the tempo and intensity.
Mata has completed 94% of his passes tonight and has contributed two tackles. That's more of what Mourinho will want to see.
65' De Bruyne tests Foderingham with a volley. Chelsea picking up a bit now.
Pritchard has touched the ball 55 times and completed 86% of his passes. He has also made four tackles.
62' Mata catches Thompson with a foul and Swindon have another free kick. Pritchard takes it and Schwarzer deals with it easily.
Chelsea have been pretty poor— Ed Malyon (@eaamalyon) September 24, 2013
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