Chelsea regains its order as it defeated in style Huddersfield Town, a side who seem to have resigned themselves to a return to the Championship.
It was a brilliant performance from the Blues as Gonzalo Higuain recorded his first Premier League goals.
The Argentine was in fine form as he scored two beautiful to get the London to get back on their radar.
Meanwhile, Eden Hazard was able to get a brace. The Belgian was able to find his rhythm back again as he orchestrated the mauling of Huddersfield town.
The home side had shipped four at Bournemouth on Wednesday but would trump that by scoring five of their own against hapless opponents to ensure there would be no need for post-match lock-ins and heartfelt inquests this time around.
David Luiz’s header, deflected in off Elias Kachunga, would complete the scoring close to the end but the pick of the quintet had been arced gloriously home, right-footed from distance, by Gonzalo Higuaín midway through the second half. It was a goal to showcase Higuaín’s pedigree, a finish to whet the appetite in terms of what the striker might achieve in English football. Huddersfield, dispirited by then, looked broken by the end.