Chelsea continued a good start to pre-season as they ran out comfortable 2-0 winners against Inter Milan in America.
With Jose having the full squad available for the first time Chelsea looked fairly comfortable throughout.
Oscar opened the scoring on 16 minutes guiding a curling shot from outside the box into the top corner after neat work from Victor Moses.
It was quickly two for Chelsea after 26 minutes when Pereira tripped Moses' run into the box, but replays showed that contact was made outside of the box. Hazard cooly stepped up and slotted the ball in the bottom right sending the keeper the wrong way.
The friendly was not without its controversy as on 58 minutes John Terry was on the end of a nasty stamp from Campagnaro who was given a straight red card for the challenge. Terry was able to walk away from the challenge and complete the full 90 minutes.
There were further good chances for Torres, Ba and Moses who all went close in the last 30 minutes but it's Chelsea who go on through to the semi-final of the Guinness International Champions Cup to play AC Milan this Sunday.
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