FA Cup third round: Demba Ba’s goalfilled debut in Chelsea’s 5-1 Soton win


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Demba Ba’s physical presence made all the difference in Chelsea’s 5-1 over Soton as the big Senegalese forward scored a brace on his debut. Forgotten in all of this was the fact that Southampton had drawn first blood through Jay Rodriguez. But Juan Mata who was a creative cog all match sparked the Chelsea comeback lifting the ball for Ba to finish off. Victor Moses’s goal put the Blues ahead. Ivanovic scored the third, Ba added another, and Frank Lampard put away his penalty kick.
Fernando Torres sat the entire match out on the bench looking on as Ba cornered glory in his first 61 minutes. The Spaniard had to wait 14 games and 732 minutes for his debut goal. Maybe fighting for playing minutes might finally get him going.

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