BOLTON, England (AP) - Didier Drogba scored a wonder goal Monday in Chelsea's 4-0 victory at Bolton, ensuring the defending champions win back to back Premier League matches for the first time since October.
Drogba unleashed a swerving 33-yard drive that dipped past goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen in the 11th minute at Reebok Stadium.
Teammate Florent Malouda side-footed home from a tight angle in the 41st, and Nicolas Anelka's left-footed strike in the 56th meant all three Chelsea starting forwards had scored.
Brazilian midfielder Ramires hit his first goal for the club in the 74th minute.
Chelsea, which beat Blackburn last week, has won consecutive matches for the first time since defeating Wolves on Oct. 23 and then Blackburn seven days later.