Sunday, 24th November, 2013

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has saluted his side for winning 3-0 against West Ham, feeling they are on the right track in the Premier League title race.

Frank Lampard gave the Blues the lead from the penalty spot in the 21st minute, before Brazilian midfielder Oscar doubled the visitors' lead before the break.


Lampard then struck again in the second half to ensure Chelsea recorded a comprehensive victory and left Mourinho happy.

"Our second half against Tottenham was also brilliant, but today was a 90-minute performance. We looked very solid from the first minute", the Chelsea boss told the BBC.


"The points are important, and the way we played. We are right in there, we are not leaders, but we are right behind.

"For me, everybody did a fantastic job for me. The team was really good."

Chelsea's three points at Upton Park see the Blues sit third in the Premier League table with 24 points from 12 games.

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