Chelsea continued their improvement in recent weeks with a dominant victory over Dynamo Kiev at Stamford Bridge.
Having steadily picked up in recent weeks, Chelsea were keen to ensure a big victory in their first leg of this Europa League tie, and they did just that with a sharp display.
Pedro opened the scoring when he raced on to Olivier Giroud’s backheel and fired home. Willian then bagged a second when he curled home a superb free kick.
Calum Hudson-Odoi added a late third after coming off the bench to put the Blues firmly in command of this tie.
Here are four things we learned from the game: