Aside from an alluring performance in Chelsea’s 3-0 spanking of West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge, Victor Moses got his second Premier League goal of the season.
Moses strike was crucial, as it inspired Antonio Conte’s men to arrest their poor form in the English topflight after back to back defeats to AFC Bournemouth and Watford.
Being his 17th league start this term, the 27-year-old was a thorn in the flesh of Alan Pardew’s men as he recorded four shots, 69% passing accuracy and 35 total passes.
He doubled the Roman Army’s lead in the 63rd minute - rifling past Ben Foster after Cesc Fabregas’ dinked pass for Alvaro Morata fell for him.
Without any speck of sentiment, the former Liverpool man had a decent outing and it justified why he is one of Conte most prized assets. And putting up this kind of permanence could also help the troubled Italian tactician retain his job as Chelsea boss.