We enjoyed a 64 per cent share of possession, with nobody spending more time on it than Thiago Silva (8.7 per cent). Next were Kante (8.3 per cent) and Mount (7.3 per cent).
Nine of our 14 attempts were on target, with Timo Werner, Tammy Abraham and Reece James having two efforts each.
Werner’s two key passes were bettered only by Mount, while Havertz’s three successful dribbles were unmatched.
Hakim Ziyech also had another game to remember, scoring and getting an assist. He is the first Chelsea player to net on his first two starts for us since Diego Costa in August 2014.