Indonesia All Stars 1 - 8 Chelsea

Match info: Friendly Match at

Date: 25/07/2013 KO: 14:30 Ref: Att: 88,000

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Indonesia All Stars

Tomas Kalas 69 (og)

1
vs
8

Chelsea

Eden Hazard 22 (pen)
Ramires 30,57
Demba Ba 32
John Terry 45
Romelu Lukaku 53,66
Bertrand Traore 52

FT (ht: 0-4)

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  • The full-time whistle goes with not a moment of stoppage time and Chelsea can reflect on the perfect finish to a successful tour, having demolished the Indonesia All Stars 8-1 and produced a ruthless display.

  • The home side make another double change, with goalkeeper Meiga getting a well-deserved round of applause for his efforts in a losing cause as he comes off along with Greg.

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  • The home side make another double change, with goalkeeper Meiga getting a well-deserved round of applause for his efforts in a losing cause as he comes off along with Greg. Saka and Supriyanto are the men to enter the fray.

    86
  • The All Stars continue to chase shadows as Chelsea pass it around patiently in midfield. They may be winning convincingly but at this stage of a pre-season game in hot conditions, they will also be looking to conserve energy.

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  • Another change for the All Stars sees Yudhi come on for Igbonefo.

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  • Indonesia make another change a Maitimo is replaced by Hadi for the closing stages.

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  • Essien has not quite found his shooting range just yet as he blazes off target from distance.

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  • Schwarzer's experience makes him a great back-up option for Chelsea but it has been a quiet outing for him so far. Apart from picking the ball out of his net for the own goal, the Australian gets perhaps his first touch as he plucks a cross safely out of the air.

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  • The first yellow card of the contest is shown to All Stars substitute Gatra following a foul just outside the area.

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  • Chelsea are just content to pass it around in midfield at the moment, as patiently pulling the All Stars out of position and waiting for the right moment to pounce.

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  • Lukaku is denied a hat-trick by an acrobatic save from Meiga as the All Stars keeper flings himself to his left to tip a header behind for a corner.

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  • As a perfectionist, Mourinho would have loved a clean sheet here but he must be thrilled with the ruthlessness of Chelsea's performance.

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  • GOAL! Another goal for a Chelsea player, but this time it is an own goal as Kalas puts through his own net to make it 8-1. Greg deserves great credit for the part he played after darting in from the right and cutting the ball back into a dangerous area, forcing Kalas into an attempted interception which he got all wrong.

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  • GOAL! Lukaku keeps up his excellent form with his second goal of the game, and fourth of the tour, to make it 8-0. Chelsea carve open the All Stars far too easily and Lukaku provides the cutting edge with a neat strike into the bottom corner from 12 yards.

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  • Traore tries his luck with a shot from distance but does not connect forcefully and Indonesia survive on this occasion.

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  • The changes at half-time did not seem to disrupt Chelsea's rhythm but the most recent substitutions have just allowed Indonesia to gain a slight foothold in terms of possession.

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  • The All Stars enjoy a brief spell of possession in midfield as they look to restore a small measure of respectability to the score line.

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  • Chelsea make another triple substitution, with youngsters McEachran, Piazon and Feruz replacing Ramires, Van Ginkel and Hazard.

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  • Lukaku is a very direct player and he makes a charge for goal but just loses control of the ball after initially beating his defender.

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  • GOAL! Ramires adds a seventh for Chelsea with another stunning strike, powerfully lashed past Meiga from outside the area after good link-up play with Lukaku.

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