Oscar celebrates scoring the team’s lone goal. AFP PHOTO/GLYN KIRK
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Oscar helped Chelsea draw a line beneath Juan Mata's departure with a fine free kick in a 1-0 win over Stoke City in the FA Cup fourth round Sunday.However, Eto'o wasted little time justifying Mourinho's decision, quickly imposing himself on the Stoke back-line and drawing the foul that allowed Oscar to break the deadlock in spectacular style.Chelsea looked capable of capitalizing on any Stoke error and should have taken the lead from a breakaway after Marko Arnautovic gave the ball away carelessly inside the home half.Then, when Pieters was penalized for a tackle from behind on Eto'o, Oscar produced a memorable free kick that gave Mourinho's side a 27th-minute lead.
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