On a rainy day in London, the Spaniard ended his goal drought with a composed finish to complete a 3-0 victory over West Ham and lift the roof off Stamford Bridge
Fernando Torres scored his first goal for Chelsea. He struck in the 84th against West Ham United at Stamford Bridge, turning sharply in the box to swivel and shoot low into the left corner of Robert Green's goal.
Chelsea won the game 3-0, after Frank Lampard opened the scoring in the first half and then Florent Malouda completed the scoring in stoppage time, with Torres providing the assist.
It brings to an end a sorry spell for the Spaniard, who had also failed to score for his country since moving to Chelsea from Liverpool in a £50 million deadline day move in January.