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Chelsea came out quick out the traps in the second half in Baku. Olivier Giroud scored the first after a great header and shortly afterwards, it was Pedro who made it 2-0 after a good individual move by Eden Hazard.
Maurizio Sarri has been criticised in some quarters this season, but Pedro thinks Chelsea are close to a highly successful end to 2018-19.
Goals from Luka Jovic and Pedro mean it is all to play for next Thursday at Stamford Bridge after a 1-1 draw in the Europa League semi-final first leg at the Commerzbank Arena.
On the verge of half-time, Pedro equalised Jovic's opening goal in Frankfurt. The canary managed well in the area to take advantage of a dead ball.
Sarri's men put out an impressive performance in the Europa League last-16 first leg against a sub-par Kiev. Goals from Pedro, Willian and Hudson-Odoi gave Chelsea a healthy lead ahead of second leg.
Pedro insists there will be no long-term repercussions from Kepa Arrizabalaga's refusal to be substituted in Sunday's EFL Cup final.
Pedro opening the scoring for Chelsea, while Kieran Trippier found the back of his own net for Chelsea's second.
Chelsea were crushed 6-0 by Manchester City last time out, but Pedro is convinced the team is still behind coach Maurizio Sarri.
Chelsea cemented their grip on fourth place in the Premier League as Willian's sublime strike sealed a 2-1 win over struggling Newcastle on Saturday.
An all-action display from Chelsea star Eden Hazard helped the 'Blues' to a comfortable 2-1 victory over Brighton at the Amex on Sunday as he demonstrated his ability to adapt to a false nine role.
Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea got back to winning ways as they defeated Fulham 2-0 at Stamford Bridge thanks to goals from Pedro and Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
Chelsea took the lead early on at Stamford Bridge against west London rivals Fulham, with Spanish winger Pedro grabbing the goal.
Chelsea forward Pedro believes the club's fine start to the season is down to Maurizio Sarri's commitment to attacking football.
Pedro is not getting carried away with Chelsea's strong start to the season which has seen Sarri's side trail Manchester City by just two points after 11 games.
Pedro scored the third for Chelsea as they scored two goals in quick succession against Crystal Palace.
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