Chelsea victory over Stoke City ensured The Blues to equalled a record of 13 games victories win consecutively in a single season once set by Sunderland in 1891-92 and Arsenal in 2001-2002.
Chelsea came into the game with their heads up and had the best chances of the first half and took the lead thanks to Gary Cahill superb header from Fabregas’s cross.
The visitors who are always deadly from set pieces levelled just after some seconds through a free-kick to the past and peter Crouch headed back across as Martins Indi finds the net.
Chelsea restored their confidence on 57 minutes as Hazard pass the ball into Willian’s way and the Brazilian drove the ball past Stoke City’s net.
Stoke sheer of stubbornness proved quite well as they levelled again in 64 minutes, as Crouch heads into the roof of the net, but unfortunately for the Potters, Willian settled the scoreline to make it 3-2
Diego Costa seal the game and make it 4-2