Chelsea beat Bournemouth on Saturday evening 3-1 to maintain a seven point gap at the top of the table.
Besides an Adam Smith own goal, goals from Eden Hazard and Marcos Alonso settled the three points for Chelsea.
Marcos Alonso was named the man of the match, and Eden Hazard as well as Victor Moses were three of Chelsea’s brightest players according to stats.
Of Chelsea’s 15 shots against Bournemouth, wing-backs Marcos Alonso and Victor Moses had three efforts apiece while Hazard had two.
Hazard proved to be the most dangerous player as he created a game-high five chances. He also completed 28 passes in the final third, the highest on the pitch.
Moses and Hazard completed two successful dribbles, and Alonso had four successful tackles
Moses had two blocks to show for his defensive contribution as well.
Indeed, these players deserve all the praises they got after the game.