Eden Hazard scored twice as Chelsea came from a goal behind to beat Newcastle 3-1 at Stamford Bridge. The Belgian’s double, as well as an Alvaro Morata header saw Chelsea bounce back from an early Dwight Gayle opener to claim all three points. Attention now switches to the Champions League, as they host Atletico Madrid on Tuesday. as they hope to secure top spot in the group. After the Blues’ win over Newcastle on Saturday, here’s who impressed:

3. Victor Moses

On his first start back from injury, Moses performed brilliantly. The Nigerian did make a shaky start at Stamford Bridge, but bounced back in the best way. Always superb going forward, Moses provided an inch perfect cross for Morata to nod in from close range. His attacking awareness also led to Chelsea’s third goal, as his run forward brought a challenge from Matt Ritchie to give Chelsea a penalty. Davide Zappacosta was a good deputy, but Moses’ return is much welcomed.

2. Alvaro Morata

The Spaniard continues to impress in his debut season in the Premier League. His partnership with Eden Hazard continues to flourish, as the pair play off each other so well. Morata scored his ninth Premier League goal of the season with a close range header, after making a good run and was found well by Moses. His attacking knowledge is great, as the striker knows when to make the runs so his teammates can find him. Another great performance from Chelsea’s record signing.

1. Eden Hazard

What a performance. Completely unplayable from the Belgian, whose form in recent weeks has been nothing short from exceptional. Bossed the game from start to finish, as he scored twice yet again. His first was taken brilliantly, as he smashed his half volley into the ground to give Karl Darlow no chance. From the penalty spot, he netted his second. The penalty showed how cool Hazard was, as he chipped the ball down the middle of the goal. A cheeky panenka epitomised his form. He could’ve had more than two, but the Newcastle keeper made a number of fine saves. Subbed off before he could score his third, as he earned a rest before Atletico on Tuesday.