Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas was delighted with Didier Drogba's return for victory over Swansea City. He picked the 33-year-old's return as a highlight of the afternoon, watching him immediately go into an aerial challenge with Swansea's goalscorer Ashley Williams.
"The most important moment for me today was seeing Didier back on the pitch and the way he challenged for the first ball," the manager told chelseafc.com.
"It shows the commitment and the drive of the player and the team because after missing so many days through concussion maybe a different player wouldn't have challenged for that ball with that commitment and drive. I think this represents Didier as a person and a player."