The stats behind Chelsea's Burnley slip-up: Hazard and Cuadrado still impress

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Following Chelsea's 1-1 Premier League draw with Burnley at Stamford Bridge, we bring you all the best Opta Stats.

Here are the top five statistics from Saturday's encounter:

4 - Branislav Ivanovic has now scored four goals in his last six games in all competitions. No Chelsea player has been directly involved in more Premier League goals during 2015 than the Serb (2 goals & 3 assists).

  PositionTeamAppearancesGoals ScoredAssistsGoals Scored + AssistsMins Played
Diego Costa FW Chelsea 4 4 1 5 339
Branislav Ivanovic DF Chelsea 7 2 3 5 630
Oscar MF Chelsea 6 3 2 5 448
Eden Hazard MF Chelsea 7 2 2 4 630
Cesc Fàbregas MF Chelsea 5 0 2 2 364

5 - Ben Mee's equalising goal for Burnley is just the fifth Chelsea have conceded at home in the Premier League this season, and only the second in their last eight home domestic fixtures.

  Matches PlayedGoals ConcededClean Sheets
Chelsea 13 5 9

1 - Juan Cuadrado misplaced just one of the 39 passes he attempted versus the Clarets, including one key pass. The Colombian recorded a higher pass success rate than any other player involved on Saturday (97.4%).

67 - Eden Hazard completed the third most passes in the Premier League on Saturday (67), behind Manchester City duo Yaya Toure (108) and Fernandinho (72).

14 - In 16 home games against newly-promoted sides in the top flight, Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea have won 14 and drawn two. Reading (December 2006) were the only team before Burnley to claim a point at the Bridge. 

Bonus: Burnley's Ashley Barnes had four shots on target over the course of 90 minutes - only one fewer than the entire Chelsea team combined.

  TeamOntarget Scoring AttOn Target Shooting AccuracyMins Played
Ashley Barnes Burnley 4 80% 90
Juan Cuadrado Chelsea 1 50% 63
Diego Costa Chelsea 1 50% 90
Branislav Ivanovic Chelsea 1 33% 90
Nemanja Matic Chelsea 1 50% 70
Oscar Chelsea 1 50% 72

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