Chelsea's starting line-up may have left a few Blues fans with raised eyebrows, but it was Jose Mourinho's substitutes who saved the day with a quick-fire double, to take all three points at Carrow Road earlier today.
Chelsea started the match with Demba Ba in place of the benched Samuel Eto'o, while Eden Hazard was also left out of the starting XI.
When Oscar put the visitors ahead after just four minutes, Mourinho's plan appeared to be working perfectly. But Anthony Pilkington's second-half equaliser put the result in question.
In a game of many chances, the two sides shared 36 efforts on goal between them, but Mourinho changed the game when he sent on Eto'o, Hazard and Willian in the space of eight minutes.
The Belgian midfielder put the Blues back in the lead with just five minutes of normal-time to go, and 60 seconds later the match was over, after Willian curled in a fantastic shot.
The result means Chelsea move up to third in the Premier League, while the Canaries slip to 17th.