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Rams' raid gives hosts the Blues

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Steve McClaren's Derby rediscovered their winning formula as knock-out goals from Jordon Ibe, Chris Martin, Craig Forsyth and Johnny Russell paved the way to an impressive Boxing Day 4-0 away win over Birmingham.

Derby always had the edge as they stepped up the pace to inflict only Birmingham's second home defeat under new manager Gary Rowett.

The Blues never recovered from an early strike by Ibe when the pacy winger, who had a short spell at St Andrew's on loan from Birmingham, forced home a close-range...

Norwich hit back to earn point

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Norwich struck late on to deny Derby a return to top spot in the Sky Bet Championship as the Canaries twice came from behind to draw 2-2 at the iPro Stadium.

Defender Steven Whittaker was the unlikely saviour for the visitors as his 89th-minute strike earned Neil Adams' men a point.

Norwich's first equaliser came from Cameron Jerome early in the second half, after Johnny Russell had netted just before half-time to give Derby a lead they barely deserved.

The Canaries were not on level terms for long...

By ESPN Staff
Dec 17, 2014

Mourinho lauds professional Chelsea

Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho says the professional attitude of his players has been a highlight for him this season.

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Three Points: Chelsea dominate Derby but suffer two costly injuries

ESPN FC's Craig Burley examines whether Chelsea can win the quadruple this year.

LONDON -- Three observations from Chelsea's 3-1 Capital One Cup win over Derby County at the iPro Stadium.

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1. Chelsea count cost of victory

The difference between the best and the rest is the ability to devour chances. Two half-chances and two goals took Chelsea beyond the reach of Derby County. Eden Hazard and Felipe Luis scored strikes of the highest Premier class to fire Jose Mourinho's team to the Capital One Cup semifinals.

There was a late scare via Craig Bryson's raking finish and the thrilling...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea see off Derby to reach Capital One Cup semifinals

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Felipe Luis scored his first goal for Chelsea.

Filipe Luis' stunner helped Chelsea clinch a routine 3-1 win over 10-man Derby and move into the Capital One Cup semifinal.

The defender's superb free kick and Eden Hazard's opener made it a comfortable night for Jose Mourinho at the iPro Stadium.

Derby briefly rallied after Craig Bryson pulled a late goal back but their hopes ended when Jake Buxton was sent off for a foul on Loic Remy and Andre Schurrle added a third.

The visitors lost Kurt Zouma after a serious-looking collision with goalkeeper...