We bring you the best Opta stats from Chelsea's nervous 3-2 victory over Hull City at the KC Stadium.
Chelsea restored their six-point advantage over Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table on Sunday with a narrow 3-2 win away to Hull City.
Here are the top statistics from the Blues' weekend encounter:
134 - Eden Hazard has now completed more take-ons in the Premier League this season (134) than any player managed throughout the entire 2013/14 campaign. The Belgian international completed three dribbles at the KC Stadium - two more than any of his teammates.
|2014/15 Top Three Dribblers||Position||Team||Appearances||Dribbles Completed|
|2013/14 Top Three Dribblers||Position||Team||Appearances||Dribbles Completed|
4 - Chelsea striker Loic Remy has now scored four goals in four top flight appearances against Hull. He scored within two minutes of coming on as a substitute. The Frenchman has now converted an impressive 33.3% of his chances in the league this season for the Blues, having scored on four occasions in 15 appearances.
16 - Having assisted Diego Costa for Chelsea's second at the KC Stadium, Cesc Fabregas is now not only the Premier League's leading playmaker, but also the joint-highest in Europe. The Spaniard has now set-up 16 goals this term, level with Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne.
|Position||Team||Appearances||Chances Created||Goal Assisted|
|Ángel Di María||MF||Man Utd||21||46||9|
|Stewart Downing||MF||West Ham||29||73||8|
14 - Steve Bruce's side had 14 shots in the first half versus Chelsea. They've only mustered more than that in 90 minutes three times this season. By full-time the hosts had mustered 19 attempts at goal, compared to the visitors' eight.
1 - Thibaut Courtois has now made his first defensive error to lead directly to a goal this season in the Premier League. This mistake means the Belgian has now kept just one clean sheet in his last eight Premier League appearances. Petr Cech, meanwhile, is yet to concede a top flight goal this season.