On a soggy night without key players Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba, the goals continued to flow - four in Zilina make it 21 for the season in five games - and Malouda believes other teams need to beware of our potency in front of goal.
"I think that's our strength, we play a system where everybody knows what he has to do and players come in and out and the result is still the same," he explained to chelseaf.com. "Everybody can score and it is difficult for the opponent teams.
"We have to maintain that good atmosphere and keep our focus because we play every competition to win, obviously it will be difficult but we have to be really hungry.
"We're playing good football but every game is different and at the end we made scoring look easy but we just try to start each game playing well first and look for an opportunity. That's what we did."