A superb long-range strike from Pedro set Chelsea on the way to a 3-0 win away to Everton on Sunday, a result which nudges the Blues closer to their second Premier League title in three years.
The Toffees started well, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin hitting the frame of the Chelsea goal.
However, despite facing a well-organised Everton side, the Blues eventually made the breakthrough on 66 minutes, with Pedro producing a fantastic effort from long-range.
Centre-half Gary Cahill would get amongst the goals yet again on 79 minutes, after Maarten Stekelenburg had parried an Eden Hazard free-kick as the visitors took control.
Substitutes Cesc Fabregas and Willian would then combine to seal the deal for the title-chasers, with the Brazilian firing home.
The win saw Chelsea go seven points clear of Tottenham, who would face Arsenal later on, with Antonio Cote on course for a league title in his first season in England.
Ronald Koeman and his Everton side stay seventh, eight points off the top-four.