The Blues climbed up to 6th in the table with an impressive 2-0 win over Everton at Stamford Bridge. Spaniards, Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata scored the goals in the first half and they are joined by a fellow compatriot on the shortlist for Man of the Match this week but who took home the prize?

3. Pedro
For the second time this season, Pedro was the creative force in Chelsea’s attack in Eden Hazard’s absence. He started the game in great form with an overhead kick that threatened the Everton goal before firing a shot into Jordan Pickford’s thankful grasp. He continued his search for a goal in the second half but his finishing let him down. He nutmegged Gylfi Sigurdsson on the edge of the Everton area in a moment of magic before hitting a low drive wide of the near post where he really should’ve done better. Nevertheless, an impressive display by the masked winger who can expect to keep his place when Hazard returns from injury.

2. Cesc Fabregas
The playmaker was back to his brilliant best after his poor showing on the opening weekend of the season. A one-two with Alvaro Morata set him up to place his shot home with the outside of his foot. A cute finish from the Spaniard who dominated the midfield and dictated the tempo of the game with his confidence and vision in possession. After Tiemoue Bakayoko had impressed against Spurs last week, you wouldn’t have been surprised to see Fabregas’s name on the bench from the start in this game but Conte’s selection of the former Arsenal captain proved a match-winning decision.

1. Alvaro Morata
A goal and assist for the second successive game at Stamford Bridge is something to write home about. Diego Costa is definitely not being missed on the pitch as his compatriot (unless Costa has decided he’s Brazilian again) is making his mark on the Chelsea side since his arrival from Real Madrid for a club-record fee in the summer. He set up Cesc Fabregas with a neat, little header into his teammate’s path, who finished brilliantly into the bottom corner. Cesar Azpilicueta, it really was the Spanish show at Stamford Bridge wasn’t it, produced an outstanding cross for Morata, who made no mistake, as he had last week, and headed home past Jordan Pickford. He was replaced by Michy Batshuayi as Morata looks to build his fitness, but I have a feeling that substitution won’t be happening too often this season after Morata’s very impressive start to his Chelsea career.