Papiss Cisse blew the title race wide open after his brace secured Newcastle United a 2-1 victory over Premier League leaders Chelsea at St James' Park.
The Senegal international bagged twice in the second-half, before substitute Didier Drogba set up a tense finish with a late goal for the Blues.
Here are the top five statistics from Saturday's encounter:
23 - Chelsea’s unbeaten run of 23 competitive matches has come to an end (W17 D6 before today). Jose Mourinho's side have now extended their win-less run at St. James' Park to five matches (D2 L3).
4 - Papiss Cisse has now scored four Premier League goals against Chelsea – against no side has he scored more often. His first strike ended a run of 498 minutes in all competitions since the Blues last conceded a goal.
|Match||Goals||Total Shots||Conversion Rate (%)|
|Papiss Demba Cissé||Newcastle vs Chelsea||2||3||67|
77 - Cesc Fabregas recorded his lowest pass completion rate of the season so far in this match (77%). Nonetheless, the Spaniard accumulated a match-best 127 touches, while making 105 attempts to find a team-mate.
|Match||Touches||Total Passes||Pass Accuracy (%)|
|Cesc Fàbregas||Newcastle vs Chelsea||129||105||77|
50 - Newcastle's defensive game by numbers: 50 clearances, 18 blocks, 20 interceptions and 17 tackles won. Jack Colback won more challenges than any other player (7), while Paul Dummett recorded a match-best 11 clearances.
530 - Despite playing away from home, Chelsea dominated proceedings, maintaining a 67.5% share of possession. The Premier League leaders accumulated 530 passes, compared to Newcastle's 220.