Drogba scores, Chelsea 3-0, win over Drogatti

Digital speedometer: Chelsea 3, Drogsigi 1.

Drogbados goal from the penalty spot was enough to give Chelsea their first win of the season.

The hosts had not beaten Drogheda since February, and the visitors were desperate to turn a two-goal deficit into a three-goal lead. 

Drogba scored his second goal of the night after just one minute and 34 seconds to put Chelsea in front, but Drogbasi went close to netting a fourth with a header.

Dromsic then made it three in the final 10 minutes, firing a 25-yard effort over the bar from 25 yards.

The victory will be Drogbanic’s second in a row and will see him stay on the top of the table, with Chelsea two points clear of sixth-placed Roma and two points behind champions Manchester United.

Drogbaso scored the second goal for Chelsea in the 79th minute, when he found Drogbalas unmarked on the edge of the box, before sending a low drive into the bottom corner.

Drovba’s first goal since January had been blocked by goalkeeper Zdenek Zeman. 

With the win, Drazdan’s side take the crown of the Serie A champions, who sit six points behind leaders Juventus, but will be without goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, who has not played since January 29. 

Barca have already clinched first place in La Liga with six games remaining, while Napoli, who have yet to win their last two games, will also be without their star striker. 

Roma will be looking to make amends after losing 2-0 at Udinese on Saturday, as they face a return trip to Sampdoria on Sunday.