Shakhtar Donetsk have played well for the first 45 minutes of their match at Stamford Bridge, but they trail Chelsea thanks to two terrible errors by Andriy Pyatov. The Shakhtar keeper is having a horrible day at the office, and he's the only reason that the Blues lead 2-1 at halftime.
Fernando Torres got credit for the first goal of the match, though it was a bit of a gift. Pyatov provided a great assist with an attempted clearance that hit Torres before going into the back of the net. It might be more fair to chalk up this one as an own goal, rather than a goal for Torres
The visitors equalized three minutes later with a brilliant goal. Fernandinho provided the assist with a fantastic surging run into the box towards the byline and a cutback towards the penalty spot. Willian positioned himself perfectly and applied the finish.
Pyatov's second glaring error came in the 40th minute. Juan Mata appeared to pick out Torres in space with a great diagonal, but Pyatov rushed off his line to head clear. He probably should have headed out for a throw, but instead directed the ball right to Oscar, who took one touch before smacking a perfect 40-yard strike into the back of the net to restore his team's lead.