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Gudelj (15'), Idrissi (41'), Gomez (82'), Jordan (90+1')
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Giroud (8', 54', 74', 83' pen.)
Kovacic (37'), Pulisic (43'), Mount (90+1'), Ziyech (90+1')
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Result: Olivier Giroud nets four as Chelsea thump Sevilla

:Headline: Result: Olivier Giroud nets four as Chelsea thump Sevilla:
The Blues sealed top spot with their win in Spain.
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Olivier Giroud completed a perfect hat-trick and then fired a penalty to boot as Chelsea thrashed Sevilla 4-0 to win Champions League Group E with a game to spare.

Giroud delivered left-foot, right-foot and headed finishes for the perfect treble – and then whipped a spot-kick into the top corner for good measure.

Chelsea will host Krasnodar at Stamford Bridge next week, but sealed top spot with their win in Spain, and a potentially easier tie in the last-16.

Gudelj forced a good save from the ever-impressive Mendy to open the second half.

But just as with the first period, it was to be the visitors who forced a breakthrough.

And once again the imperious Giroud delivered the telling blow, this time dinking home with his right foot for a finish that even bettered his opener.

Still not sated by his first two goals, Giroud then ensured he would head home with the match ball – nodding in from replacement N’Golo Kante’s accurate cross.

Giroud then found time to win and convert a late penalty, to add even further gloss to his night.

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