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Jan 31, 2016 at 4pm UK at Stadium MK
MK Dons
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Chelsea
Potter (21')
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Oscar (15', 32', 44'), Hazard (55' pen.), Traore (62')

John Terry delighted for Eden Hazard after breaking Chelsea duck

John Terry says that it was "great" for Eden Hazard to end his wait for a goal this season in the 5-1 FA Cup fourth-round victory over MK Dons.

Chelsea captain John Terry has expressed his delight after teammate Eden Hazard finally ended his 273-day wait for a goal in this afternoon's 5-1 FA Cup fourth-round victory over MK Dons.

After Oscar scored a first-half hat-trick at Stadium MK, Hazard scored the fourth from the penalty spot after being brought down in the area, his first goal in 29 appearances this season.

Terry ran forward to ensure that last year's Premier League Player of the Season would take the penalty and after the game he said it was "great" for the Belgian to finally score.

"It's great for Eden to get off the mark, he's just come back from injury and now he can kick on.

"It's good at the moment, we are playing well. It would nice to be on a cup run, you want to go all the way once you're in it."

Chelsea will face Manchester City in the fifth round.

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Chelsea's English defender John Terry reacts at the final whistle in the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Southampton at Stamford Bridge in London on October 3, 2015. Southampton won the game 3-1.
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