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Chelsea 6-0 Maribor October 21, 2014, 23:10 Chelsea continued their good early season form with a 6-0 thrashing of Maribor, recording their biggest-ever Champions League win.

Jose Mourinho's men were ahead after only 13 minutes when Loic Remy found the bottom corner from the edge of the box.However, the French striker injured himself scoring the goal and was quickly replaced by Didier Drogba. The Ivorian didn't have to wait long to make an impression.On 22 minutes Ales Mertelj was harshly adjudged to have handled a Willian cross in the box.The referee pointed to the spot and Drogba stepped up to find the bottom corner for his first Chelsea goal since that famous Champions League final two years ago.On 31 minutes Chelsea were 3-0 up when John Terry ran the full length of the pitch to finish a quick counter-attack, though replays showed he was offside before tapping in Cesc Fabregas's cross from close range. Chelsea were impressive and dominant throughout as Maribor struggled to really contain them.The visitors didn't help their cause when Mitja Viler turned a Hazard cross into his own net on 54 minutes.Then Maribor wasted a chance to get a goal back when they were awarded a penalty, which Agim Ibraimi struck against the post.After Eden Hazard saw a shot well saved and Willian smashed a fantastic effort that hit the crossbar, the Belgian winger then helped himself to two late goals.His first came from the penalty spot courtesy of a cool slotted finish into the bottom corner after Branislav Ivanovic had been pulled back by Marko Suler.Then, with 89 minutes on the clock, Hazard beautifully controlled a lofted through ball from Nathan Ake before beating a defender with ease and blasting the ball past the goalkeeper for Chelsea sixth.Overall it was a comfortable and well-deserved win for Chelsea to keep their unbeaten start to the season going.