The France international was overjoyed with Newcastle United's 2-0 win over Jose Mourinho's side as it was the perfect way to bounce back form successive defeats
|25/1||The Magpies are 25/1 with BetVictor to finish in the top six|
Alan Pardew's men suffered painful back-to-back defeats ahead of Chelsea’s visit, losing 2-1 to fierce rivals Sunderland on October 27 before being dumped out of the Capital One Cup by Manchester City three days later in a tie that went to extra-time.
However, Newcastle bounced back in style as second-half goals from Yoan Gouffran and Remy saw off the title contenders.
"It was important to finish with a good result," Remy told The Shields Gazette. "When you have games like this every three days it is hard for your body.
"We have to congratulate the whole team. It was hard because we played on Wednesday and against Sunderland three days earlier and I think everyone needs a rest."
Newcastle travel to north London for there next Premier League clash, where they will face Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Saturday.