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Guus Hiddink was pleased with his players for showing pride in their 4-1 victory at Bournemouth on Saturday. Chelsea have nothing left to play for this season, but put on an impressive attacking display as Pedro, Eden Hazard (2) and Willian netted at the Vitality Stadium.[It was] very pleasing. [There was] nothing at stake but we talked about our pride and how we like to play football and I think we showed it, Hiddink told Sky Sports. Both teams made an entertaining game with chances at both sides. Second half we changed some positions and controlled from there on, a less open game but from our side a very attack-orientated game and it was very enjoyable to watch.We didnt want the season to fade away, thats now what we want and thats why we talked and practiced a lot for this game. Our pride and the pride of the club is at stake, and they responded very well. Eden Hazard felt it was good to be back on the pitch and scoring goals after his brace against Bournemouth Hazard was also delighted to net twice on his return, making his first appearance since last months Champions League exit against Paris Saint-Germain, and scoring his first Premier League goals of the season.The boys did very well, we scored four good goals and we deserved to win today, he told Sky Sports. Its good to be back on the pitch and to score again. It was so long, now I am happy and I hope for the future Ill be back.After two defeats you have to score and to win the games again and we did today, we have four games to play and to enjoy. Cesc Fabregas was pleased with Chelseas second half performance in their victory over Bournemouth While man-of-the-match Cesc Fabregas, who assisted Chelseas first three goals and played a big role in the fourth, is hoping they continue to impress in their final few games of the season.We just want to finish with dignity and try to make the fans a little bit proud, he told Sky Sports. Obviously its been a disappointing season, but lets try and play our best and finish well. Also See: Hazard double downs Bournemouth As it happened Spencer Long Jersey . Batiste, who briefly signed with the Eskimos in 2006, has spent time with several NFL teams including the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins. Mason Foster Jersey . Each of Houstons starters scored in double figures as the Rockets improved to 2-0 against the Spurs this season, with both victories coming on the road. They also moved within 3 1/2 games of San Antonio (22-7) for the lead the Southwest Division. . 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Either way, this was not the first time a snippet of cricket had threatened to turn me into a snivelling wreck.I was sitting in the same spot a year ago the last time it happened. Adam Voges sliced a ball to Ben Stokes at gully, who flung himself backwards like an Olympic gymnast. On the radio, Jonathan Agnew exploded into life. And hes brilliantly caught! Brilliantly caught! That is an outrageous catch!I swallowed hard and glanced around the office to check nobody was looking. As eye-watering pieces of commentary go, it was up there with: The new world record-holder is Brian Charles Lara of Trinidad and Tobago; Stephen Harmison with a slower ball - one of the great balls; and, of course: Jones! Bowden!I get more excited, angry, nervous and overjoyed about cricket than I do about anything in normal life. Once, when England made a vital breakthrough in the 2013 Ashes, I shouted so loudly the neighbours came round to check I was okay.A therapist would probably tell me it all stems from childhood. I went to my first Test match aged six: England v West Indies at Edgbaston. The scorecard tells me England finished day three on 158 for 8 in their second innings, just 52 ahead, with Derek Pringle and Chris Lewis at the wicket. That explains a lot.Growing up as an English cricket fan in the 1990s, as Emma John says in her wonderful book Following On, was a painful business. Enduring defeat after defeat was one thing, but the glimmers of hope - Barbados 94, Johannesburg 95, Edgbaston 97 - kept me coming back for more.When Devon Malcolm pummelled South Africa at The Oval and Dean Headley sliced through the Aussies in Melbourne, I asked myself why they couldnt do it more often.Every time Mark Ramprakash compiled a flawless 27 before spooning a long hop to cover point, it broke another piece of my fragile young heart. In Brisbane in 98, Alan Mullallys stupid hands got in the way of the stumps, blocking a direct hit that would have run out Steve Waugh. I was furious and stormed off to my bedroom in a strop.The emotions were no less raw when it came to county cricket. On my first visit to Lords, Warwickshire chased down 322 to beat Sussex off the last ball of the NatWest Trophy final. In many ways, nothing I have experienced since has been able to live up to that day. The following season the Bears, inspired by Dermot Reeve and Lara, won an unprecedented domestic treble.I thought this was normal, that the champagne would keep flowing and the glory would last forever. It wasnt, it wouldnt, and iit didnt.dddddddddddd One of the low points of the comedown was utter humiliation in the 97 final, Essex winning by nine wickets with 33 overs to spare. I fought back tears on the train home as my dad reminded me the next was the first of the new school term.Some people see injustice and are driven to seek a life in politics, campaigning or law. I saw Gloucestershire beat Warwickshire to the 2000 NatWest Trophy on the Duckworth-Lewis method after a brief rain shower. We left the ground in bright sunshine and cursed all the way back to Marylebone. Character-building, you might say. Bloody stitch-up, we said.In 2005, as every schoolboy surely knows by heart, everything changed. I was in a student-union bar, holding back tears of joy, when Messrs Bowden and Koertzen removed the bails and Michael Atherton chuckled: What a performance from these two gentlemen! To this day I cannot bring myself to watch highlights of that series without taking a few deep breaths and warning anyone in the immediate vicinity to be ready with the Kleenex.Picture, if you will, a typical English cricket fan. Stiff upper lip, wry gallows humour, weary sense of detachment, ready at any moment to add two wickets to the score. My grandad fits this description perfectly. Whenever Im on holiday or otherwise engaged, he sends me a message telling me how badly England are doing. When I visited him during this summers third Test against Pakistan, England were 120 without loss on the fourth morning. As the clock ticked past 11am, grandad came striding across the garden to tell me both openers had gone in the first few overs of the day. I kicked the ground and clenched my fists; he just laughed and shook his head.Nothing makes me feel as strongly as cricket does. Walls have been punched in anger, nails chewed in anxiety, car horns beeped in relief. It must look very odd from the outside, and I have thought long and hard about why it happens. Is it physiological or psychosomatic? Was I programmed from birth to well up at the sight of white-flannelled figures on village greens and the sound of leather on willow?Perhaps there are parallels to be drawn between cricket and art. Some folk get weepy at a particularly stirring piece of ballet, a rousing opera, or a Van Gogh painting. They are at a similar loss to explain why: All I know is it touches something deep inside me.Im not especially fussed about dancing, singing or painting. But I happen to have a weakness for languid cover drives, short silly mid-ons, and the irresistible allure of the lbw law.Oh, hang on - weve just lost another wicket. 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