Chelsea find themselves third in the table after a deserved win away to Leicester on Saturday.
The last two Premier League title winners produced a rather unremarkable first period.
However, just before the break, the visitors took the lead, with in-form striker Alvaro Morata heading home from a Cesar Azpilicueta centre.
After the break, the Blues started to dominate, with ex-Leicester man N’Golo Kanté firing home from all of 30 yards.
In true ex-player fashion, the Frenchman opted for a muted celebration in respect of his former side.
Antonio Conté’s side looked headed for an easy victory when, just after the hour-mark, Thibaut Courtois felled Jamie Vardy in the box, leaving the Leicester striker to convert the resulting spot-kick.
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The game would swing from end to end until the final whistle. However, Chelsea would hold on to register a win which sees them go third, just one point off the top.
As for Craig Shakespeare and Leicester, their haul of just three points from their opening four games points to a challenging campaign ahead.