Chelsea's top 5 long range goals from the last decade

Chelsea fans have seen some stunning long range goals over the past decade. Here, we count down the very best.

1. Nemanja Matic vs Tottenham (FA Cup 2016/17)

The Serb will not be remembered too fondly after moving to rivals Manchester United in the summer of 2017. He was, however, always good for a long range thunderbolt. This missile put Chelsea 4-2 up against Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final.

 

2. Frank Lampard vs Tottenham (FA Cup 2011/12)

This goal put Chelsea 4-1 up in their semi-final thrashing of Tottenham on their way to FA Cup victory in 2012.

3. Alex vs Arsenal (Premier League, 2010/11)

The Brazilian scored numerous powerful free kicks in his time at Chelsea. This was one of the best as Chelsea beat Arsenal 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.

2. David Luiz vs Basel (Europa League, 2012/13)

In the semi-final of the 2012/13 Europa League, David Luiz sealed Chelsea’s place in that season’s final with this strike. The Blues went on to win the competition.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

 

1. David Luiz vs Fulham (Premier League 2012/13)

The Brazilian takes first prize as well as second. This goal was from so far out that it has to take the biscuit. It set Chelsea on their way to a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage.

Honourable Mentions

There have been many other great long range goals. Here are two that narrowly missed the cut.

Pedro vs Everton (Premier League 2016/17)

Oscar vs Stoke (FA Cup 2013/14)

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