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Your thoughts on Wednesday's game

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We asked for your thoughts on Chelsea's 3-1 win over Aston Villa in Wednesday night's FA Cup action.

Here are some of your comments:

Aston Villa fans

Ian: No energy, no movement and no ideas. A really poor performance. Man at the back walking with the ball. Chelsea just dominated midfield with no Villa player close to them. Totally unacceptable!

Andrew: Villa were just too static and too far from the ball when not in possession. We have the talent but the desire has to be questioned on this performance. We are becoming consistently inconsistent.

Chris: Very poor display. Two wayward passes from midfield gifted two goals. No movement off the ball and lack of confidence on the ball. Our set pieces didn’t work and the opposition now read these with ease. Opportunity missed. Can only hope our form returns for the match on Sunday.

Chelsea fans

Nick: Chelsea's best performance of the season by a country mile. We did to Villa what Liverpool and Wolves did to us - energy, intensity, positivity. From back to front everyone gave 100%. Two bad defeats didn't mean Chelsea were a 'crisis club', and neither does one great result turn the season around. Now we need some consistency.

Dilshan: Was dreading walking into Villa Park after the recent Chelsea performances but was in for a surprise. There was lots of fluid movement and we carried a threat almost every time going forward and were good on the eyes. Playing Jackson on the wing made a difference and so did Noni Madueke. This could be a turning point for Mauricio Pochettino and the club.

Robbo: I thought Chelsea were much quicker and very slick moving the ball about . There's definitely a team in there, they are young and will need time to gel. Funny though every time Chelsea beat a decent side its always about how bad the other team were. Give us a bit of credit if it's due.

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