Chelsea eased to their seventh win in eight Premier League games after beating Newcastle 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Dwight Gayle gave the Toon Army a shock lead, but a double from Eden Hazard either side of yet another header from Alvaro Morata was enough for the three points.
Victory leaves Chelsea in third, with Newcastle continuing their descent down the Premier League table after losing five of their last six games.
Here, Sportsmail brings you a list of the all the things you may have missed from the clash at Stamford Bridge.
Cesc Fabregas takes a tumble
Chelsea’s chief chance creator took a slight tumble in the first half, courtesy of referee Kevin Friend.
As Newcastle counter-attacked, Fabregas was accidentally hurled to the floor by the referee. But the Spaniard quickly dusted himself down to put in an impressive shift, including a delightful first-half pass that split Newcastle’s defence wide open, which Eden Hazard perhaps should’ve finished.
An unlikely collision with referee Kevin Friend saw midfielder Cesc Fabregas take a tumble
The accidental push meant Newcastle had an opportunity to break forward up the field
Friend then had the temerity to indicate that no free-kick would be given for the incident
Rafa’s streaky run at Stamford Bridge
Rafa Benitez hasn’t had much luck as a visiting manager at Stamford Bridge. In 12 contests away to Chelsea, all of which came as manager of Liverpool, the Spaniard has managed victory just once, failing to score in nine of those games.
The 2-1 defeat extends Rafa’ unwanted streak to 1 win in 13 against the Blues, although, Gayle’s goal was the first a Rafa Benitez side has scored against Chelsea since Xabi Alonso’s goal for Liverpool back in October 2008. Silver linings and all that.
Rafa Benitez's poor luck as a visiting manager at Stamford Bridge continues
Familiar friend back the Bridge
Michael Essien was spotted in attendance at Stamford Bridge. The Ghanaian midfielder’s ties to the clubs are still strong, having recently completed some overseas promotional work for the club with Ashley Cole.
The former Blues greeted a