Chelsea eased into the final of the Club World Cup in Japan with a comfortable 3-1 win over Monterrey.
The Premier League side never looked under serious pressure in their semi-final against the Mexican outfit.
Rafael Benitez’s side took the lead after 17 minutes with a strike which highlighted the quality they possess. A sweeping passing move ended with Juan Mata collecting the ball just inside the penalty area, and the Spaniard swept it in a with an unerring left-foot finish.
Although Chelsea continued to dominate they were unable to add to their advantage in the opening 45 minutes. But the Blues put the result beyond doubt with two goals in the first three minutes of the second half.
Chelsea got a third when Torres played a delightful pass with the outside of the foot into the area for Mata and when he cut the ball across goal it was turned into the net by defender Darvin Charvez.
Monterrey did grab a consolation goal in stoppage time when Aldo de Nigris made a strong run on the right side and guided his shot past keeper Petr Cech.
The Blues will face Brazilian side Corinthians in the final on Sunday.