Found April 17, 2013 on Fox Soccer:
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Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez was happy with his team's clinical performance as they won 3-0 at Fulham. An outrageous long-range effort from David Luiz followed by a brace from John Terry saw Chelsea ease to a comfortable 3-0 victory that lifts them above Arsenal into third in the Premier League. Benitez praised Fulham's style of play but felt his side had the superior quality and is hopeful of retaining their spot in the top three for the remainder of the season. "To score three goals and keep a clean sheet, especially in a derby, is really good and I am very happy with the side," he told Sky Sports. "We knew that it is a good side with quality and the way that they play is quite good. But we are strong and also have quality so when we scored the first goal I thought it was a matter of time. They were trying to push but that gave us more space and more options on the counter-attack." The strike by Luiz lit up the evening in west London and ...
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