RADIO CLIVE'S FIVE: HULL CITY V CHELSEA
Throughout the season former player Clive Walker provides radio and TV commentary on Chelsea's games. Here he selects five aspects from Saturday's Humberside success that caught his eye…
It was a very professional performance against Hull. Jose Mourinho is gradually moulding the team into the same pattern as when he was first here, with the same ideals he introduced then. What evolved in that first period was the strength and quality of the likes of John Terry, Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard, and now we're seeing people like Eden Hazard become a bit of an icon.
Hull changed their formation throughout, with Steve Bruce focusing on ways to stop us. I think he would have accepted a 0-0, but in the end we showed our quality, starting with the first goal by Hazard, which was just superb.
Allan McGregor's first-half save from Oscar was a one-off, because nine times out of 10 that goes in the back of the net. He made himself big and though he didn't know too much about it - it hit him before he could react - he still did a great job.
It was a tidy finish from Fernando Torres, though the defending of Alex Bruce was poor - he was unaware of the bodies around him and he should have tempted him inside. It was just what we needed, we could have done with it a bit earlier, but that secured the three points.
It wasn't a busy afternoon for Petr Cech, but what a great accolade for him to be Chelsea Football Club's clean sheet specialist. It's a great feat; he has been outstanding for us and still is, and long may it continue.