Friday's Singapore stipes' report highlights
SULTAN OF SELANGOR CUP
You can't keep Rangel down
Brazilian misses a hatful of chances, but scores a double for the Cup to stay with Selangor
Bayern widen lead
Ronaldo on target again
Suarez in 'fat' jibe
A joke Mr Ashley... Maybe!
Pardew brushes off newspaper report which says he will be sacked if Magpies lose to Stoke
Rooney: Goal-hero and Devil
Chelsea stroll suggests a title's on the way
While their title rivals laboured, Chelsea cantered.
Manchester City made a meal of their victory over Hull, but the Blues barely broke sweat last night in their Premier League match.
Gearshifts weren't required to see off the five-man midfield of Aston Villa. Jose Mourinho's men won 3-0 stuck in neutral.
Déjà vu dominates at Stamford Bridge. The locals have been here before. Mourinho's artisans controlled the game. His artists added the flourishes.
Chelsea rarely played particularly well.
None of their performers scaled the heights of peak performance. Perfection was neither offered nor required.
This was not a day for the magicians, but for Mourinho's tried and tested machines.
Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 22.
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