- Chelsea vs Burnley stretch their unbeaten run to three games in the Premier League
- The Blues fired three past the Clarets at Stamford Bridge to maintain top-four spot
- A goal each from Jorginho, Abraham and Hudson Odoi sealed the win for Lampard's side
Frank Lampard's Chelsea produced a three-star performance which helped them beat Burnley 3-0 at Stamford Bridge to hold on to their top-four spot on the log.
The Blues stretched their winning run to three games in the Premier League since their last defeat to Southampton on Boxing Day.
Jorginho put the home team ahead three minutes before the half-hour mark with a tunning penalty after Willian was brought down in the danger zone.
The Brazil international made a run into the Clarets 18-yard box but was fouled before he made use of the ball.
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Tammy Abraham doubled Chelsea's lead with a header in the 38th minute after connecting with Reece James cross from the right flank.
The 20-year-old made a run down the flank before crossing the ball at the nick of the line - hoping for a player with a blue shirt to find the ball.
And Abraham refused to allow the ball waste as the forward jumped a bit above his opponent's defenders to head them two goals up.
Callum Hudson Odoi sealed the game off for the home team after tapping into the net from a Cesar Azpilicueta's cross.
The Bayern Munich target needed just four minutes into resumption to record his name on the scores sheet.
Legit.ng earlier reported that N'Golo Kante is considering a move from Chelsea at the end of the season, fuelling the speculations linking him with a possible switch to Spanish side Real Madrid.
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The Frenchman has been an integral part of Blues squad since sealing a £30million sensational move from Leicester City in 2016 having won Premier League title with Foxes the previous year.
Kante would later move on to win another league title in 2017, won the FA Cup and World Cup in Russia in 2018, and then the Europa League in 2019 under Mauricio Sarri.
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