Oscar made his 200th appearance for Chelsea in Wedneday's clash against West Ham as he returned to action after a family bereavement ruled him out of a start in the last two games for the Blues.
The 25-year-old, whosigned for Chelsea in a £20 million deal fromInternacional in2012, reached the milestonein his club's first appearance at West Ham's London stadium in the LeagueCup encounter.
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Oscar has been a regular part of Antonio Conte's plans so far this season, racking up six Premier League games while midfield rival Cesc Fabregas has been relegated to the bench.
His 200 games for Chelsea have yielded a total of 38 goals, while the Brazilian also boasts Premier League, Europa League and League Cup titles from his four years at Stamford Bridge.