Chelsea head into the international break with positive momentum, dispatching Everton with ease to claim a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday

The horrors of the season opening loss to Burnley seem to be becoming a fading memory as Chelsea notched up their second successive win to enter the international break with six points from their first three games. This time it was a straightforward 2-0 win over Everton thanks to a convincing first-half show.

Cesc Fabregas broke the deadlock just before the half-hour mark thanks to a smart close-range finish, before Alvaro Morata, who provided the assist to his compatriot, doubled the lead five minutes before half-time to now have two goals and as many assists as a Chelsea player.

With Antonio Conte climbing up the table, here are the best tweets that emerged in the aftermath of the cruising win for the Premier League champions.

It was the Morata show, however, as the new Chelsea boy provided an assist before grabbing a goal for himself:

Chelsea fans were also excited at the prospect of Eden Hazard returning next month after a clinical performance in the Belgian’s absence:

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