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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri must have been on cloud nine after his side came together to show the impact of Sarriball in full effect.
The Blues hosted Slavia Praha at Stamford Bridge for the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final clash, heading into the match with a 1-0 lead on aggregate thanks to a Marcos Alonso winner in the first leg.
Pedro opened the scoring in style with a perfect bit of team-based movement from Chelsea.
The former Barcelona star linked up with his teammates, passing the ball around to create pockets of space and leaving the Slavia Praha players bamboozled by everything going on around them.
It all ended with Pedro darting into the box and chipping Ondřej Kolář for the opener.
Check it out below.
Take a bow, Chelsea!
Sarri's men are in complete control of the match after taking a 4-1 lead into half-time.
Following on from the opener, Simon Deli's own goal doubled Chelsea's lead, Olivier Giroud scored his side's third and Pedro completed his brace.
However, Tomáš Souček was able to pull one back for his side before the end of the first half.
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