Andre Schurrle scored a hat-trick to fire Chelsea four points clear at the top of the Premier League. The Blues' 3-1 victory away to Fulham was made all the sweeter following the news that second-placed Arsenal had lost away to Stoke City.
After a goalless first half and some impressive defensive play from the hosts, Schurrle fired three goals in just 16 second-half minutes before Johnny Heitinga netted a late consolation.
Eden Hazard may not have got on the score-sheet but he was phenomenal throughout and played a part in two of the German's strikes.
The Belgian also pulled off an outstanding cross only to see Fernando Torres fluff his lines.
The result means Chelsea are beginning to pull clear with just 10 games to go, while Fulham remain bottom of the table with 21 points.