Football - Chelsea v Norwich City - Barclays Premier League - Stamford Bridge - 21/11/15. Chelsea's John Terry and Kurt Zouma celebrate at the end of the match. Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers
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Terry, who had a strong game at the heart of the Chelsea back-four, says the win was a welcome boost to the squad who still lie a distant 14 points behind surprise leaders Leicester down in 15th position.The victory was also a much needed boost for under-fire manager Jose Mourinho who had overseen three straight league defeats for the first time since owner Roman Abramovich took over the club 12 years ago.said Terry after the team's third clean sheet of the season.Following Tuesday's key tie, the Blues return to London and a difficult trip to arch rivals Tottenham Sunday before matches against Bournemouth, Porto, Leicester, Sunderland, Watford and Manchester United to finish the year.
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