Chelsea looked in good shape, for once, as they swept aside MK. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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A first-half Oscar hat-trick together with Eden Hazard's first goal of the season gave Chelsea a comfortable 5-1 victory at Milton Keynes Dons in the FA Cup Sunday. Chelsea remain undefeated in eight games under interim manager Guus Hiddink and this impressive fourth-round display confirmed the progress that they have made under the Dutchman.Oscar's goals grabbed the attention, but Hazard's penalty, his first goal in 30 appearances for his club, came as a huge relief.An underhit back-pass by Kyle McFadzean allowed Costa to advance on goal and the striker unselfishly squared the ball for Oscar to finish into an empty net.Chelsea skipper John Terry intervened to ensure Hazard took the penalty and the Belgium rolled the ball home to his obvious relief.
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