It happened. Fernando Torres scored twice against Nordsjælland and the world seemed to be awash once again with talk that ‘Torres is back’. How many times Chelsea fans, pundits and commentators have uttered those crippling words, I’ll never know. A bit of perspective people, this was against the worst side in Chelsea’s group, who ended up being without their 1st and 2nd choice centre-backs, and Torres took full advantage of this. Yes, you’d have to give him his dues when you say he did work hard all night, sniffing out chances and opportunities to run in behind the defenders whenever he had the chance. But this was against a very poor side. The Torres of old would have had this menacing edge to him in games of the greatest important, with two games in particular sticking out, Man United away when Liverpool won 4-1 and he terrorised Vidic, and Real Madrid at home when Liverpool won 4-0. Those were games which showed what sort of a striker Torres now. But now Chelsea fans have to wait for minnows to come to town, before we see anything like that old Torres.