Chelsea hit top form yesterday afternoon as they brushed past newly promoted Hull City in Joe Mourinho's first game back.

The Blues were unstoppable in the first half, scoring twice but creating chance after chance and not giving the opposition defence a moments rest.

Due to mid-week internationals the Chelsea boys tired mid-way through the second period but held on to collect all three points on the opening game of the season.

One thing we can take from this game is that the future is looking extremely bright for Chelsea fans with their stand-out performers being youngsters Eden Hazard, Oscar and Kevin De Bruyne.

All three of these participated in games for their country during the week but for the most part showed little signs of fatigue, in-fact they were absolutely phenomenal.

Romelu Lukaku came on late into the second period and caused the Hull City defence countless problems with his strength and pace. He looks set to be a world-class striker in years to come.

Most exciting of all is that Mourinho looks set to be managing Chelsea for the long-term, he appears interested to settle down and you could tell in the atmosphere at the Bridge yesterday that he has reconnected the blue family.

He said himself that this is not a team to win tomorrow, it's best years are yet to come. And when those years do come Chelsea will surely be the team to beat.

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