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Summary

  1. Pedro, Willian & Hudson-Odoi with goals for Blues at Stamford Bridge
  2. Iwobi scores opener for Arsenal at Rennes with angled finish
  3. Sokratis sent off for two bookable offences before Bourigeaud lashes in equaliser
  4. Monreal own goal and Sarr header put French side in control of tie

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Chelsea go well, Arsenal in trouble

    Willian

    If you're just joining us after a long night of Europa League football, here's the lay of the land.

    Chelsea are in a strong position to move into the quarter-finals after a 3-0 win at home to Dynamo Kiev. Callum Hudson-Odoi came off the bench to score a late third.

    But Arsenal have it all to do after they lost 3-1 at Rennes - Sokratis was sent-off too.

    Arsenal

    Here's the Chelsea match report.

    Read what went wrong for Arsenal here.

  2. 'Hudson-Odoi needs to improve' - Sarri

    Cheslea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Chelsea

    Callum Hudson-Odoi

    Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri on his side's performance against Kiev:

    "I think we played a very good match without conceding and we did very well in the first half. I didn't like the 10 minutes after 2-0, as we lowered our intensity.

    "The third goal is very important, 3-0 is an important result. Of course we have to play the second leg and be careful."

    On Kiev attacking in the second leg:

    "I think that for us with this kind of opponent we need to play like we did in the first half and be really dangerous.

    "We expect the second game to be the same kind of match. I think we will need to defend more. 3-0 is a good result. We need to play the second game with same level of attention and application."

    On Callum Hudson-Odoi

    "Hudson-Odoi is a very important young player but he is 18 and needs to improve.

    "I don't like if fans or the press put him under too much pressure, at the moment he only has to think to improve.

    "It is impossible to be at top at 18 and he will be at the top at 22 or 23 like all the other players."

  3. Post update

    Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri is a happy man, I think. He says that he didn't like the 10 minutes after they went 2-0 up but that's it.

    Full quotes to come.

  4. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev have never won a European match on English soil, with the Ukrainians drawing three and losing 12 of their 15 previous visits.

  5. 'We need to be more clinical'

    Chlelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Chelsea

    Willian

    Willian on his carbon-copy free-kick goal against Kiev tonight:

    "I am happy with the goal but more with the result.

    "We played well but we need to be more clinical, in the first half could have been three-nil up but we are there and did the job and have to go to Kiev to finish the job.

    "I like to play against Dynamo since I was at Shakhtar Donetsk. It was a nice goal and the same as when I scored against Kiev two or three years ago."

    Willian on the second leg in Kiev:

    "The game is not finished. It will be difficult and we want to go there and win the game there as well."

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    Kpad: I have been so desperate for a Callum Hudson-Odoi goal assisted by Ruben Loftus-Cheek. This is the sweetest of goals in a long time. I say it is the Bluest of the Blue goals ever!!! Come on Sarri, you have got to play these two more often.

  7. 'From now on, every game is a final'

    Chelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Chelsea

    Pedro

    Goal scorer Pedro on the performance tonight:

    "It feel feels good I'm so happy for the team work today and the win was so important and in this competition.

    "I am happy with the goal but sad with the misses but the most important thing is the result. We have 90 minutes in Kiev and it will be difficult, the game is not closed. But it was a good night for us."

    On three wins in a row:

    "We want to continue this feeling and confidence. It's good for the players, the team and the supporters. From now on every game is a final."

  8. Post update

    There's not a free-kick scored on earth which doesn't lead to at least one pundit blaming the goalkeeper...

  9. Deadball specialist

    Chelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Willian

    Since his Chelsea debut in September 2013, Willian has scored 11 direct free-kick goals in all competitions, more than any other Premier League player.

  10. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Pedro says that the win is "very important" but laughs off chat that he should have scored more.

  11. Post update

    They do - in pot one for the draw as well!

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    Shaun Thacker: Re: Paul. Think Europa League winners go straight to group stage. Maybe Tom can clarify?

  13. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    A three-nil win, no away goal conceded, a goal for Callum hudson-Odoi, nobody refusing to come off - a good night all round for the Europa League favourites.

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    SMS Message: Pure class from Chelsea 's future from Mark, Devon
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  15. FULL-TIME

    Chelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Comfortable, comprehensive, clinical. Chelsea.

    Callum Hudson-Odoi celebrates
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    SMS Message: Keep going Chelsea. Only another seven games to win until you get to the Champions League qualifiers. from Paul F, London
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  17. GOAL - Chelsea 3-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Callum Hudson-Odoi

    There you go Thomas!

    A fine goal as Chelsea make the most of some rare space and Callum Hudson-Odoi probably puts this tie to bed. Pedro has the ball on the right and hits a booming cross to Ruben Loftus-Cheek wide left, he flicks it inside to the young sub and he takes a touch before firing into the back of the net.

    A huge grin on his face and his name rings out from the stands...

    Callum Hudson-Odoi
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    Thomas Ade: I hope Callum Hudson-Odoi score just to shame Sarri

    Vikas Mohandoss: Sarri doesn't want to take Pedro and Willian off early, maybe just maybe because he doesn't want to get complacent? Seems like some people just don't want to give Sarri a break

  19. Post update

    Chelsea 2-0 Dynamo Kiev

    Callum Hudson-Odoi has struggled to get into the game since he came on, Chelsea are just seeing this one out now though.