Antonio Rudiger was the only one to get on the scoresheet as Chelsea defeated Swansea 1-0.
The game was a difficult one for the Blues, and Rudiger scored a 55th minute header to give Chelsea the three points.
Rudiger said before the game that Swansea were going to be a difficult opponent, and after the game, he still maintained on his stand.
Rudiger said: “It was clear from the start that we would have more ball possession and we also had a few chances but we were a bit unlucky in the first half.
“I think we started well at the start of the second half and in the end one chance went in, my goal, and I am very happy about it.
“I said before it would not be an easy game because Swansea would stand back which they did good, but we were patient and the key also was we did not concede that many counter-attacks.
“You can never feel comfortable because the Premier League is a competitive league and the opposition can cause danger. Swansea had danger with [Wilfried] Bony up front, he is physically very strong but we made it good.”