5 things we learned from Chelsea’s victory over Peterborough

Chelsea joined the rest of the Premier League’s top six clubs in the fourth round of the FA Cup following a comfortable 4-1 victory at Stamford Bridge over League One side Peterborough United.

Antonio Conte’s side had no problem overcoming their lower league opponents, leading 2-0 at half-time and extending their advantage shortly into the second-half, although they will have been disappointed to see John Terry sent off and their clean-sheet snatched away.

Still, Chelsea will look towards this evening’s draw with an open mind as they will fancy their chances against whatever opponent is thrown their way, whilst other sides hopeful of going all the way will see the Blues as ones to avoid.

For Peterborough, they won’t be too surprised by the result and there were encouraging signs. Here, we’ve cast a look back to five lessons we learned from the match.