Ferencvaros vs. Chelsea: What Jose Mourinho Learned in Budapest

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Ferencvaros vs. Chelsea: What Jose Mourinho Learned in Budapest
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It's just over a week before Chelsea's Premier League season kicks off with an away trip to Burnley, and Jose Mourinho's players took another step to being ready for action on Sunday.

The Blues defeated Ferencvaros 2-1 in Budapest, with goals coming from Ramires and Cesc Fabregas.

Ferencvaros had gone ahead midway through the first half when Zoltan Gera—formerly of Fulham and West Bromwich Albion—escaped the clutches of Kurt Zouma to turn home a well-worked goal.

Although the home side could have added to their lead, Chelsea forced their way back into the game as Mourinho made multiple changes after the break.

The Chelsea manager will be happy with what he saw, but what did he learn from the game? We take a closer look.

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