Top five stats from Chelsea's 2-0 win over Hull - Eden Hazard stars

Following Chelsea's 2-0 victory over Hull City at Stamford Bridge, we bring you all the best Opta Stats.

Chelsea got back to winning ways in the Premier League thanks to strikes from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa.

Hazard broke the deadlock in the seventh minute, before he later rolled the ball into the path of Diego Costa to secure all three points for the home side.

Between those two goals, the visitors were reduced to 10 men after Tom Huddlestone received a straight red card for a lunge on Chelsea full-back Filipe Luis.

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

5 - Eden Hazard has now scored in 5 successive home games in the Premier League (Arsenal, QPR, West Brom, Spurs & Hull). He is yet to score away from home this season, while each of his last 11 domestic goals been scored at Stamford Bridge.

  GoalsTotal ShotsConversion Rate (%)
Eden Hazard 1 2 50

77 - The Belgian youngster was at the centre of all the action, accumulating a joint-match highest touch total (79), alongside team-mate Filipe Luis. He also fashioned more key passes than any other player, while hitting the target from both of his attempts at goal. 

  TouchesChances Created
Filipe Luis 79 0
Eden Hazard 79 3

461 - Diego Costa's second-half strike brought an end to a significant goal drought. He had failed to score in 461 minutes in all competitions prior to this moment, having previously netted 11 times in his opening 10 domestic appearances. 

  GoalsTotal ShotsConversion Rate (%)
Diego Costa 1 3 33

583 - Chelsea averaged just under 60% of the possession, while the home side accumulated an impressive 583 passes, compared to Hull's 358. The Blues completed more passes than any other Premier League side this weekend. 

  MatchAccurate Passes
Chelsea vs Hull City 444
Man Utd vs Liverpool 414
Man City vs Man City 413
Arsenal vs Newcastle 380
Swansea vs Tottenham 378

0 - Petr Cech has not conceded a goal in any of his last eight Premier League appearances at Stamford Bridge. Against Hull, the veteran goalkeeper recorded his second clean-sheet of the season, although he didn't even have to make a save.

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