Terry celebrates title win
Chelsea captain John Terry celebrated the end of "a hard three years" as his side finally reclaimed the Barclays Premier League trophy today. A Didier Drogba hat-trick helped the Blues to an 8-0 hammering of Wigan at Stamford Bridge.
Goals from Nicolas Anelka and Frank Lampard put Chelsea 2-0 up at the break before the Blues went on the rampage with Salomon Kalou, Anelka and Drogba finding the net within nine minutes of each other in the second half. Drogba struck twice more, and Ashley Cole converted a well-taken volley to condemn Wigan to defeat and secure the Blues' first Premier League trophy since 2006.
Asked about his difficult year - Terry was stripped of the England armband after allegations about his personal life - Terry told Sky Sports: "It amazes me that people still talk about it. This is what it's all about, this is what I've worked so hard for all.
"It's about Chelsea Football Club and our day today. It's been a hard three years, not winning the Premier League, but we've done it today and we deserved it.