Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has warned his teammates of complacency and asked them to learn from their mistakes if they want to win the competition.
The 32- year- old said: “We need to learn from the mistakes we made in the second half. “We started the game very well, we were very efficient.
“But we dropped our intensity and made some technical mistakes. It is a game of two halves and we need to learn to play the intensity of the first half in the second.
“Scoring four goals in a half is very nice but obviously we should have kept control of the game.
“We could have put more pressure on the ball.
“We knew they were not going to give up so we were under pressure until the end.
“The most important thing was to win, but obviously we need to be more solid.”