Indeed, the trio took to Twitter to celebrate what was their side's second win in two Premier League games, keeping them at the top of the table (for now, anyway) on goal difference.
Azpilicueta was the first to tweet, celebrating two years since he moved to Stamford Bridge.
The Spaniard started down the left-hand side, with Branislav Ivanovic starting in Azpilicueta's natural position at right-back.
And the man who missed out on a spot in the starting XI for the second week in a row in defence, Filipe Luis, also expressed his view on Twitter, posting the message that it is time to work 'even harder.'
Meanwhile, attacking midfielder Oscar, whose superb pass led to Chelsea's opening goal, kept things simple, retweeting his club's official Twitter account.
Earlier, Chelsea had tweeted that it was the Brazilian's 50th start for the Blues - and not much went wrong for the 22-year-old during the game.
Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) August 23, 2014
Chelsea's next Premier League clash comes at Goodison Park next weekend, when Jose Mourinho's men travel to Everton.
Can Chelsea make it three wins out of three?