It's One week on from the shock of defeat at home to Crystal Palace, Conte’s team have taken six points from two games and re-established themselves as the side to be chased.
It was a good Bournemouth performance, especially in the latter stages of the first half when Josh King scored for the home side and they looked like they could perhaps get back into the game. But there is a rhythm to the way that Chelsea take hold of a match and this one was no different.
Adam Smith was unfortunate with a first-half own goal, before Eden Hazard got the better of Artur Boruc on the counter-attack for the second. Marcos Alonso’s left-footed free-kick on 68minutes sealed the result for Chelsea.
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