Roman Abramovich's Chelsea defeated Spartak Moscow 4-1 late on Wednesday for the second time in a row in 2010/11 Champions League.
The English champions remained undefeated in their group and advanced to the last 16 of the Champions League. Group F also includes French Marseille and Slovakian Zilina.
The first half was scoreless with both teams having chances to put the ball in the net.
In the second half, though, Spartak players seemed to lose concentration and made a number of terrible tactical mistakes, which led to three quick goals scored by Anelka, Drogba (penalty), and Ivanovich.
After substitute forward Bazhenov finally scored for Spartak on the 85th minute, Ivanovich sealed the fate of the game with his second goal on the 90th minute.
Spartak lost to Chelsea 0-2 in their first Champions League fixture two weeks ago.
The Russian team will face its closest rival Marseille on November 23 in Moscow.
LONDON, November 4 (RIA Novosti)