Chelsea captain John Terry hailed Didier Drogba as "unstoppable" after the striker's brace in Wednesday night's 4-0 Champions League victory at Rosenborg.

Terry said: "We are playing quick football. The two wide men were great and Didier was magnificent.

"When he plays like that he is virtually unplayable. If we can keep him fit and some of the others, we have a very good chance.

"That result was one of the better examples of what Avram wants but we will miss Didier.

"He is a fantastic player and probably one of the best in the world. He scores, brings people into play and is very difficult to mark. Any team would miss him."