Chelsea sink Swansea to surge 11 points clear

"The right way is to give every single player what they deserve".

Chelsea's win was their 12th in succession at Stamford Bridge, equalling a club record, and was achieved despite the shock of going into the break level after Fernando Llorente's equaliser in stoppage time.

Conte demonstrated his desire to improve his team's performance when he shared ideas with Jones, who has a flawless record of 15 wins from 15 games since taking charge of England, with his latest success a 21-16 defeat of Wales.

Conte's charges were in full control as the likes of Fabregas, Pedro and Eden Hazard were stamping their authority on the encounter.

Any hopes of a second Swansea fight back disappeared in the 84th minute when Hazard played Costa in and the Brazilian-born Spain worldwide tucked a neat finish past Fabianski to make it 3-1.

The Blues continued to spray the ball around like champions and Lukasz Fabianski was forced into making some smart saves to keep the Swans in the game in the first half.

Eventually, though, the pressure told and Pedro was able to beat the keeper with a powerful low drive from just outside the area in the 72nd minute. They aren't afraid of anything when it comes to acquiring the world's best players. I have a team who, until now, have deserved to stay at the top of the table. At the bottom, Hull's game against Burnley is a huge chance for them to gain more ground plus there's the small matter of Leicester's Monday night clash with Liverpool.


Only Jefferson Montero is missing for us against City but the winger might not be missed too much as Clement is inevitably going to field the same team that looked so comfortable in possession against Southampton - Sigurdsson from the left has breathed new life into his distribution which wasn't exactly lacking before the wide shift.

Chelsea didn't mind and got even more exhilarated from the call, and Pedro soon found the net for Chelsea's second goal of the game!

Makelele would have admired how Kante broke up the visitors' play and showed again why he was so integral to Claudio Ranieri in Leicester's title win last season.

If the hosts thought to have faced any unreasonable or controversial refereeing with the late first-half equalizer, Swansea surely felt the same after Sigurdsson went flying past stumbling Moses on the left trying to chip his way past Azpilicueta right after, but the ball was stopped by the defender's arm.

84' - GOAL! Chelsea 3-1 Swansea (Costa).

His equaliser nine minutes from time completed a brace and rallied Chelsea to a 2-2 draw at Liberty Stadium on September 11.

"We've done 8 points before with less games to go" added another City fan, whereas one other said "it's never done until the last kick of the match, as we know!"


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