The under-fire Chelsea striker put in a match-winning display against Manchester City on Sunday, and the Stamford Bridge goalkeeper believes the Spaniard's career is back on track
The Spain international striker has consistently come under fire since making a £50million switch to Stamford Bridge from Liverpool in 2011, in particular for his perceived below-par goal return.
However, the return of Jose Mourinho to Stamford Bridge has seen a revival for the forward, and after taking his season's tally to five with the winner in the 2-1 victory over Manchester City on Sunday, Cech believes Torres is back to his best.
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"There were so many games when Fernando was absolutely brilliant, but because he didn't score everybody's saying 'Oh, he didn't score'.
"Now he's scoring goals, he's making goals, he's playing as well as he has during his life."