Kai Havertz’s brace saw Chelsea comfortably secure a 2-0 home win against relegation-threatened Fulham to tighten their grip on a top-four spot.
The Blues made a bright start to the game, as Mason Mount slipped a slide-rule pass through for the German playmaker, who squeezed an effort past goalkeeper Alphonse Areola.
Edouard Mendy made a couple of good save, especially towards the end of the half-time, as Senegalese produced excellent save from a huge deflection while Alphonse Areola also denied Hakim Ziyech.
In early second-half of the game, Kai Havertz doubled the Blues lead after a good composure between him and compatriot Timo Werner.
The playmaker started the move on the right, beat two players and then slipped the ball into his compatriot, and Werner, who returned the pass and it ended in a goal.
The win puts Chelsea six points clear of West Ham having played a game more, and just two behind Leicester in third, while Fulham are nine points adrift of safety with just four games remaining.