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Copy from Football Unlimited of 31/01/2002.
Chelsea's feet of clay were less in evidence than the leaden boots worn by Leeds here last night. A revived performance brought Claudio Ranieri's team the win they needed to keep in touch with the leading pack but the mood of David O'Leary's players was distinctly flat.
Perhaps Leeds are suffering from the post-Cardiff blues. Since losing that riot of a third round FA Cup tie at Ninian Park they have taken one point from three Premiership games.
Chelsea managed to restore something of the form which in their previous league fixture had brought them a 5-1 win against West Ham. In between times they had seen their slender first-leg lead in the Worthington Cup semi-finals rudely overturned by a similar score at Tottenham, with West Ham returning here to take them to a replay in the FA Cup, but last night their football was confident, composed and tactically disciplined throughout.