After several rumblings of a 'crisis' at Chelsea, Antonio Conte's Blues really put that theory to bed against West Brom on Saturday.
Following their impressive 1-0 win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge before the international break, the champions went full 'beast mode' against the Baggies, winning 4-0.
In all honesty, it could have been seven or eight, such was their brutal dominance at the Hawthorns and Eden Hazard produced one of the performances of the season.
The Belgian winger was at his fiery best and seemed to finally react to people kicking him in the finest way possible; by totally outperforming them.
Hazard notched two goals and an assist with Alvaro Morata and Marcos Alonso completing the rout.
A lot of the talk about the finest player in the Premier League has focused on Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne but in this form, it's hard to look past the Chelsea man.
His individual highlights from the game are an absolute joke.
VIDEO: HAZARD AT HIS MAGICAL BEST
Literally, what a bloody player he is.
But, Chelsea fans were quick to point out that arguably the finest piece of skill of the match came courtesy of Morata, with his flick for Hazard's first goal a moment of true genius.
VIDEO: MORATA'S ASSIST
Chelsea fans were understandably ecstatic over the performance and were full of praise for Hazard, who can only be described as world-class.
CONTE SPEAKS ABOUT HAZARD & MORATA
"We performed very well," said the Italian. "Morata and Hazard have a great link, they are now 100% fit.
"It is easy to forget that we started the season without Hazard." On Hazard’s sparkling form, he added: ‘Today Eden played very well. I think he showed a great patience, despite some situations very strong.
"I played and I understand when you are against these types of players it is difficult to stop them, you try to find a different way to stop them.
"He has to continue in this way now that he is 100% He is enjoying to play with us.’
At this moment in time, they look like the only team that can perhaps offer any sort of challenge to Manchester City at the top of the Premier League.
Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? Get started today by signing-up and submitting an article HERE: http://gms.to/writeforgms