Oscar scores first hat-trick for Chelsea against MK Dons

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There was a time, quite recently, where it looked like Oscar's time at Chelsea was up.

He had seemingly fallen out with manager Jose Mourinho and he was hardly playing at all. His form had dropped dramatically and interest from around Europe was starting to gather ahead of a summer departure.

Against the odds, Mourinho chose to keep the Brazilian midfielder at Stamford Bridge, but he hardly covered himself in glory during a dismal start to the season. To be fair, few Chelsea players did.

With Mourinho now gone, Oscar has once again begun to flourish under Guus Hiddink and capped his return to prominence with an excellent first-half hat-trick for the Blues in their FA Cup fourth round tie against MK Dons on Sunday.


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It gave Hiddink's men a 3-1 lead going into the break and is likely to seal their passage into Sunday night's fifth round draw. At the time of writing, the match is still in progress, so we apologise if Chelsea fans are reading this having seen their team trounced 5-3.

But we are not here to talk about the result, we are here to talk about Oscar. The Internet is already abuzz with memes-galore regarding the 24-year-old so we thought we would pick out the best reaction to share with you right here, right now. Please enjoy!

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