Chelsea cruised to a 2-0 win at home to Everton on Sunday, with Alvaro Morata the star of the show.
The Spaniard set up fellow countryman Cesc Fabregas on 27 minutes, with the former Arsenal man firing into the bottom corner via a superb finish.
The hosts dominated the game from start to finish, with Everton rarely threatening Thibaut Courtois’ goal.
Just before the break, the Blues made it 2-0, with Morata powering home a header after a superb cross from Cesar Azpilicueta.
Chelsea could and should have won by a bigger margin, with Victor Moses and Pedro, amongst others, failing to make the most of very good chances.
The Toffees were well below-par throughout the contest, with Wayne Rooney struggling to impose himself on the game, and picking up a booking for dissent late on.
As for Antonio Conte’s Chelsea, they look back on track after that shock opening day defeat to Burnley.