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Chelsea's magnificent comeback against Napoli, 4-1 AET (5-4 on agg)

Roberto De Matteo's first three matches in charge have produced a 100% winning rate, none bigger or more important than the one today against Napoli who came in with every expectation of going to the Champions League quarter-final stage...
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