Thomas Tuchel continues his reign of brilliance as his team breezed through David Moyes' West Ham United to claim victory at the London stadium for the first time in his career.
The only goal of the game came from Timo Werner with an assist from Ben Chilwell. That brought Werner's goals to 11 across all competitions this season and the club's top contributor when it comes to goals and assists.
While there have been raised eyebrows in Tuchel's defensive and possession-heavy approach, many of the supporters are just glad that he is getting the desired result.
The Blues have now moved 3 points clear into the top 4 with their nearest pursuers being West Ham United who just lost the game to them.
While it was not the best of games, it was efficient and Chelsea could be clear of that position if Moyes' team continue to drop any more points.
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