West Brom started the game against Chelsea in good fashion and even scored a goal that was ruled out for offside.
However, the game took a spin after Eden Hazard got fouled and was then booed by the Baggies fans, and a fierce shot from outside the box which was parried to the path of Alvaro Morata to score, opened the lead for Chelsea.
Chelsea have now won four league games on the spin and are looking like the team that won the league last season, and former Manchester United and Everton defender Phil Neville believes it is the partnership of Hazard and Alvaro Morata that is helping Chelsea find their form once again in the 3-5-2 system.
“Yeah they changed the system – he was more central Hazard alongside Morata,” he told BBC’s Match of the Day.
“West Brom started well and the game changed with the tackle on Hazard from Gareth Barry.
“Hazard all of a sudden got angry and it was a poor tackle from Barry.
“West Brom fans thought that Hazard was feigning injury which he wasn’t as he was limping.
“The flick from Morata is sensational and he sees the run from Hazard.
“Morata loves working in the left hand channel.
“It is working really well as a partnership.
“Them two against Man Utd were brilliant. Chelsea are getting a bit of rhythm.”