Article published on 2016-11-10 by ChelseaStats in Uncategorised.
The undoubted star of the show as Chelsea dazzled at Stamford Bridge with a 5-0 thrashing of Everton that sent them top of the Premier League.
The Belgian was in inspired form and set the hosts on their way in the 19th minute, firing into the far corner to score for the fourth Premier League game in a row. Less than 30 seconds later his clever turn set up the second goal for Marcos Alonso.
Hazard got on the scoresheet again after half-time and although his bid for a hat-trick was denied by Maarten Stekelenburg, the rebound fell out for Pedro to score the fifth. He was given a deserved standing ovation when he was replaced.
Source: Sky Sports