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Mon, 30 Apr 01:11:00 2012

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Fernando Torres, suddenly oozing confidence in front of goal, netted his first Chelsea hat-trick as the Champions League finalists capped a sensational week by routing Queens Park Rangers 6-1 in the Premier League on Sunday.

Chelsea remain firmly in the hunt for a top-four finish along with Tottenham Hotspur, who took fourth spot on 62 points ahead of Newcastle (62) and their London rivals (61) by beating Blackburn Rovers 2-0 at White Hart Lane with goals from Rafael van der Vaart and Kyle Walker.

Torres, a forlorn figure at Stamford Bridge for much of the 15 months since his £50 million move from Liverpool, produced three incisive finishes to add to his late goal at Barcelona on Tuesday which eased Chelsea into a Champions League final with Bayern Munich.

The Spaniard struck twice in the first half after the home side had led through Daniel Sturridge's goal after just 46 seconds and John Terry's header.

Torres completed his hat-trick on 64 minutes by side-footing past Paddy Kenny from Juan Mata's pass, a goal that had beaming owner Roman Abramovich high-fiving the fans around him.

Substitute Florent Malouda added a sixth with 10 minutes left before Djibril Cisse netted for the relegation-threatened visitors.

Leaders Manchester United and second-placed Manchester City, who face each other on Monday, are guaranteed Champions League places next season while third-placed Arsenal are in pole position to secure the last automatic slot even though they could only draw at Stoke where Robin Van Persie's 35th of the season cancelled out Peter Crouch's opener for the home side.

But it is no longer guaranteed the fourth-placed team will qualify for the Champions League playoffs. If Chelsea beat Bayern in the final next month and finish outside the top four, they will take the last qualifying spot.

Spurs had little trouble brushing aside Blackburn. Van der Vaart netted the opener midway through the first half after Gareth Bale had headed against the crossbar and Walker sealed the points 15 minutes from time with a superbly-struck curling free kick.

Wigan Athletic dented Newcastle United's dreams of a Champions League place next season and boosted their own Premier League survival hopes after a stunning 4-0 win at the DW Stadium on Saturday. Roberto Martinez's side came flying out of the blocks with Victor Moses scoring twice in the opening 15 minutes and they were 4-0 up by halftime with Shaun Maloney and Franco Di Santo adding the others.

Aston Villa, embroiled in the relegation fight, drew 0-0 at Midlands rivals West Bromwich Albion and although they have only won once in 14 matches, they stayed 15th on 37 points, ahead of Wigan on goal difference.

Villa are followed by QPR (34), Bolton (34), Blackburn (31) and relegated Wolves (24) who came back from 4-1 down to share the points in a thriller at Swansea City.

Sunderland ended their four-match run without a goal with a 2-2 draw against Bolton as Kevin Davies scored twice for the visitors to keep alive their hopes of avoiding the drop.

Davies put the strugglers ahead after 26 minutes before Nicklas Bendtner equalised for Sunderland who took the lead early in the second half with a James McClean freekick.

Davies saved a point for Bolton who stayed in the drop zone but have a game in hand on their rivals.

Besides Wigan, three other teams scored four with Everton crushing Fulham 4-0 at Goodison Park where Nikica Jelavic scored twice, once from the penalty spot, taking his tally to 10 for the Toffees since moving from Rangers in January.

Everton, who also scored four at Manchester United last week, have now won 19 successive home league matches against Fulham and confirmed all three points with further goals from Marouane Fellaini and Tim Cahill.

Swansea City and Wolves produced a thrilling match at the Liberty Stadium where Andrea Orlandi headed Swansea ahead after only 24 seconds - the quickest goal in the Premier League this season and the fastest for five years.

Swansea raced into a 4-1 lead after 31 minutes with further goals from Joe Allen, Nathan Dyer and Danny Graham, before Wolves fought back to draw.

Stephen Fletcher scored their first after 28 minutes with Matt Jarvis getting two and David Edwards the other as Wolves salvaged a point, although they will still finish bottom after being relegated last week.

Eurosport / Reuters

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  1. post 1 leo is braindead.when they handed out the brains­ he thought they said beds and asked for a nice soft­ one.

    From a, on Mon 30 Apr 12:30
  2. @3 That is wrong on every level.Hang your head in­ shame.

    From gareth, on Mon 30 Apr 9:16
  3. Wolker did a goal like bend it like beckam and carlos­ robertos. Swarez in our cuntry we will say he like the­ swetty balls of a donky

    From Sports Update, on Mon 30 Apr 9:14
  4. 3.. is a prick

    From Andrew, on Mon 30 Apr 9:03
  5. #3 Dear me, That is an evil thing to say, people who­ know you, must worry about you.

    From whocaresanyway, on Mon 30 Apr 9:01
  6. Mclean and Walkers goals where class, Suarez's goal­ was it not a cross to a missing Andy Capp lol.

    From Victor Meldew lol, on Mon 30 Apr 8:42
  7. Stupid Hat, Hopefully what you wish is what you get!!

    From JERRY, on Mon 30 Apr 6:47
  8. Torres is back from the dead

    From Simlqd, on Mon 30 Apr 2:19
  9. Comment hidden due to its low rating. Show

    Suarez is racist.

    From Leo, on Mon 30 Apr 1:59
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