Fernando Torres scored his first hat trick in more than two and a half years to lead Chelsea to a 6-1 Premier League win over Queens Park Rangers.
In their first match since reaching the Champions League final, the Blues hit four goals in the opening 25 minutes at Stamford Bridge to humiliate their local rivals and give their fans yet more reason to celebrate.
Daniel Sturridge scored after 49 seconds, John Terry headed in a corner and the rejuvenated Torres scored twice to put the result beyond doubt with more than an hour remaining.
Torres struck again in the 64th for his first hat trick since September 2009 and substitute Florent Malouda scored in the 80th.
Djibril Cisse got a late goal back for relegation-threatened QPR.