Florent fired up to shoot from the blip

FLORENT MALOUDA insists Chelsea will take out the anger of their first defeat of the season on APOEL Nicosia tonight. The Blues lost their first match under Carlo Ancelotti at Wigan on Saturday and afterwards skipper John Terry and the players held an inquest into the defeat. The spotlight will be on them in the Champions League clash in Cyprus but France international Malouda remains confident it will be just a blip.Saturday had echoes of the first cracks in Phil Scolari’s campaign last season when a league defeat was followed by a poor draw away to CFR Cluj. But Malouda insists history will not be repeated. He added: “We didn’t put all the ingredients in to win on Saturday as we did in the first six games.

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