Chelsea eased their way into the quarter-finals of the Europa League after defeating Dynamo Kiev 8-0 over two legs.
The Blues headed to Ukraine with a three-goal advantage following their comprehensive victory at Stamford Bridge.
Maurizio Sarri made changes to the line-up that was held to a 1-1 draw by Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday in the Premier League.
Olivier Giroud opened the scoring after five minutes before doubling his tally for the evening with another goal in the 33rd minute.
Marcos Alonso proceeded to wrap the game up by half-time for the visitors as he scored just before the interval.
Giroud bagged his hat-trick in the 59th minute to ensure he would be taking the match ball home from Kiev.
Callum Hudson-Odoi wrapped the win up for the Blues as he continued his form in the Europa League.
Take a look at four findings from the match, as Chelsea booked their place in the final eight of the competition.
Chelsea were unnecessarily strong
Maurizio Sarri named an unnecessarily strong starting line-up. Chelsea were comfortable in the first leg and found the reverse fixture even easier.
Ethan Ampadu certainly could have played, while N’Golo Kante’s start was hardly essential.
Giroud eyeing the Golden Boot
Olivier Giroud is now the leading goalscorer in the Europa League. Following his hat-trick against Dynamo Kiev, he’ll be eying the competition’s Golden Boot award.
The best is yet to come from Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Loftus-Cheek is still recovering from his back problem, but he appears to be hitting some form. He was impressive in the middle against Dynamo Kiev.
Alonso's impressive response
Marcos Alonso has been out of the starting line-up in recent weeks, but he certainly staked his claim in the Europa League with a goal and an assist.
It’ll be interesting to see who Sarri now calls upon, with Emerson Palmieri playing regularly on the left in the Premier League.