Chelsea returned to winning ways in the Premier League on Saturday with a 2-1 victory over QPR at Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho's side got opened the scoring with Cesc Fabregas finding Oscar in space. The Brazilian curled in a shot with the outside of his right foot, finding the back of the net with a wonderful placed finish.
The second-half saw QPR pin the league leaders back, when Leroy Fer’s scuffed shot fell to Charlie Austin, who back-heeled the ball past Thibaut Courtois.
Chelsea sent veteran Didier Drogba on to find a winner, but it was star man Eden Hazard who came to the Blues' rescue.
After he was adjudged to have been brought down by Eduardo Vargas in the box, he coolly dispatched from the spot to secure another three points for the league's runaway leaders.
|Match||Goals||Total Shots||Key Passes||Shot Conversion||Successful Take Ons||Total Passes||Pass Accuracy||Touches||Mins Played|
|Eden Hazard||Chelsea vs QPR||1||3||1||33%||6||57||88%||84||89|
The Belgian is yet to hit the heights of last year, yet he is still impressing on a weekly basis for Jose Mourinho's side. He caused havoc all day long using his pace and skill, turning QPR's defence inside out. He found success in six take ons - a match best - and drew three fouls.
Hazard is most effective at creating scoring opportunities through his individual skill, and as usual, he posed the biggest attacking threat for the Blues. He fashioned two attempts at goal (excluding his penalty kick) and one key pass in his efforts to ensure three points.
Meanwhile, he fulfilled his basic duties with little difficulty, completing 88% of his 57 passes. He also weighed in with one tackle.
Hazard continues to impressed with his performances in the Premier League, and once again, his display ensured all three points for Jose Mourinho's side.