Chelsea have ended their rout, but in unspectacular fashion in the South West London derby against Fulham.
In fact, Chelsea will probably count themselves fortunate to have come away with three points from a game that seemed to be going away from them at points this afternoon.
A quite awful first half could have been made more interesting had Darren Bent rediscovered his clinical touch in front of goal - but he smashed the ball straight at Petr Cech when all he had to do was put it either side of him.
Oscar got Chelsea off the mark, but it was a fortunate goal. He put in the rebound after Samuel Eto'o saw his shot spilled by goalkeeper David Stockdale.
Fulham should have equalised moments later - when ex-Chelsea player Steve Sidwell had an open header at the back-post, but he saw it late and skewed his effort well wide.
But any threat was put to bed by an unlikely source, as John Obi Mikel scored his first Premier League goal in 185 matches to earn a needed, but not exactly convincing 2-0 win.