Chelsea was reunited with victory in their visit to the Turf Moor stadium, where they beat bottom bottom, Burnley (0-3), driven by Moroccan Hakim Ziyech, who scored a goal and gave an assist.
Frank Lampard’s team lived a placid session, who faced the match of the seventh day of the Premier stuck in two straight draws that distanced him from the leadership of the classification held by Everton.
He took advantage of the shortcomings of his rival, last in the table, who has only added one point in the six games he has played and that hardly disturbed the Senegalese goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, settled in the ‘blue’ title to the detriment of the Spanish Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Ziyech unblocked the match before half an hour, when a triangulation started by Timo Werner and prolonged by Tammy Abraham ended.
The visiting team, Sevilla’s rival in the Champions League, did not increase their income until the 63rd minute, in a corner thrown by Mason Mount that, powerful, Kurt Zouma took advantage of to connect an impossible header for goalkeeper Nick Pope.
Chelsea ruled the clash in the 70th minute, with a great pass into space from Ziyech that Werner picked up to score the third.
The victory returns Chelsea to the bid for the lead. He is fourth in the table, one point behind Everton, Liverpool and Wolverhampton.