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Chelsea won their third Premier League’s clash beating newly-promoted Burnley thanks to Eden Hazard, Willian and Victor Moses.

After an easy first half for the Blues, that managed to open the game after just 10′ and showed a good ball possession with great chances to raise up the score, in the second part of the game Burnley tried to turn up and pushed to reduce the gap, but Eden Hazard had two clear chances to score his personal brace.

In the first attempt the Belgium international tried to beat Heaton with a right-footed shot from outside the penalty area, but the ball went wide over the bar, while a few minutes later his powerful low shoot was scrambled by the Clarets‘ goalkeeper. Then striker Diego Costa tried to meet the rebound inside the box but his effort was pushed away by Burnley’s defense.

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Before the final whistle Victor Moses scored the 3-0 finalizing a cross thrown in by Chelsea winger Pedro and Cesar Azpilicueta went really close to scoring another late goal in the extra-time, but Heaton was really fast and scrambled the ball with a great dive.

Chelsea won a crucial game and are now leading the Premier League table with 9 points in three games, however Manchester United, Manchester City and Hull City have still a game in hand as they will play tomorrow: well done for the Blues, great start for Antonio Conte.

Next game the Blues are set to face Swansea at the Liberty Stadium in the matchday 4, when Conte will try to beat another Italian manager, Francesco Guidolin.

CHELSEA 3-0 BURNLEY 

Hazard 9′ Willian 41, Moses 89′

Chelsea – Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Kante, Willian (Moses 76′), Oscar, Matic, Hazard (Pedro 81′), Diego Costa (Batshuayi 80′).

Unused Subs: Begovic, Fabregas, Loftus- Cheek, Aina.

Burnley – Heaton, Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward, Boyd, Marney (Tarkowski 72′), Defour (O’Neill 57′), Arfield (Gudmundsson 57′), Gray, Vokes.

Unused Subs: Robinson, Kightly, Jutkiewicz, Darikwa.

Bookings: Oscar 30′ Ivanovic 43

Referee: Mark Clattenburg

Venue: Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea are controlling the game after 45′ thanks to goals from Eden Hazard and Willian.

It has been an easy first half for the Blues, who managed to open the game after just 10′ and showed a good ball possession with great chances to raise up the score.

The Belgium international scored the opener cutting inside one defender and beating Burnley’s Heaton from outside the box, while Gary Cahill – who made his his 200th Chelsea appearance – had a great chance to score a few minutes later from the result of a corner kick with a low shot. It was his second goal of the season.

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Cesar Azpilicueta crossed the ball inside to find Diego Costa at 26′, but the Spaniard didn’t find the goal as the ball passed just behind the former Atletico Madrid striker.

Oscar was shown the yellow card following a foul committed on Burnley striker Sam Vokes at 30′.

Then Willian got a corner from which captain John Terry tried to score with an header, but Burnley keeper Heaton well claimed the ball.

With just 4′ left to go the Brazilian star received the ball on the right and then scored with an unstoppable low shot through the defender’s legs and past Heaton.

The Clarets only created a clear attempt to reduce the gap as Arfield tried to score from outside the penalty area, but the ball went wide.

CHELSEA 2-0 BURNLEY 

Hazard 9′ Willian 41

Chelsea – Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Kante, Willian, Oscar, Matic, Hazard, Costa.

Subs – Begovic, Fabregas, Pedro, Loftus- Cheek, Moses, Batshuayi, Aina.

Burnley – Heaton, Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward, Boyd, Marney, Defour, Arfield, Gray, Vokes.

Subs – Robinson, Kightly, Jutkiewicz, Gudmundsson, Tarkowski, Darikwa, O’Neill.

Bookings: Oscar 30′

Referee – Mark Clattenburg

Venue – Stamford Bridge

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