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The Danish trio got the beating of Chelsea

There have been rumours in the English media about an early firing of Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri in recent days, but Thursday night was the Italian created

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The Danish trio got the beating of Chelsea

There have been rumours in the English media about an early firing of Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri in recent days, but Thursday night was the Italian created little the atria.

Chelsea won 3-0 at home against Malmö FF, and the English Premier League club yesterday on the way to draws in the Europa League with a comprehensive 5-1 victory.

Chelsea had the Danish landsholdsstopper Andreas Christensen in the entire fight, and he did well in the London club's bagkæde.

The three danes in Malmö FF, Anders Christiansen, Jared Rieks and Lasse Nielsen, it had something more difficult.

In the first half it was, however, quite excellent for the Swedish danskerklub, but in the second half showed klasseforskellen.

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud brought the home team in front 1-0 after 55 minutes of a talk from Willian.

Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley doubled the lead 20 minutes later on a nice kicked a free kick, shortly after the swedes, Rasmus Bengtsson, had got the red card.

the 18-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi cemented the 3-0 victory with a flat kick to the finish, where Rieks seemed a little too passive.

There were other danes in action in the Europa League on Thursday evening.

Daniel Wass supplied an assist with his head, as Valencia won 1-0 at home over Celtic.

It was the Valencia striker Kévin Gameiro, who accounted for the lone scoring, and overall went the spaniards ahead with a 3-0 victory over the scots, who also was hit by a red card.

Wass was replaced after 76 minutes - five minutes after Valencia's 1-0-goal.

The Danish goalkeeper Frederik Rønnow sat on the bench throughout the match for Eintracht Frankfurt, who won 4-1 at home over Shakhtar Donetsk. Total won the germans with a 6-3, after the first match had ended 2-2.

Finally played fullback Joakim Mæhle the full match for belgian Genk, as the home lost by the whole 1-4 Slavia Prague. The first match had ended 0-0, so the czechs went together on.

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