Didier Drogba, Terry and teammates celebrate with the Capital One Cup. Reuters / John Sibley
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John Terry set Chelsea up for a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday's League Cup final as Jose Mourinho claimed the first trophy of his second stint as manager.Terry's deflected strike put Chelsea ahead on the stroke of halftime at Wembley and Mourinho's side sealed victory in the 56th minute when Spurs right-back Kyle Walker deflected Diego Costa's effort into his own net.A pair of early set pieces allowed Chelsea to force Spurs back, with Terry and Branislav Ivanovic heading off-target, but with Mourinho's side sitting very deep, their opponents were invited to attack them.As a light rain began to descend, Chelsea continued their assault on Spurs' goal in the second half and after Lloris had parried an acrobatic overhead bicycle kick from Fabregas, the second goal arrived.
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