Victor Moses helped Chelsea surpass their own record of 11 straight wins as they recorded their 12th consecutive win with a 3-0 defeat of Bournemouth.
Chelsea had first created an 11 game consecutive winning run in 2009, and equaled that in their last Premier League fixture, before seeing off Bournemouth on Boxing Day to make it 12 on the bounce.
The 26-year old Nigerian, who has now become a regular fixture in Chelsea’s starting eleven, started once again for the Blues as they cemented their place at the top of the Premier League table, going nine points clear, albeit temporarily, depending on what Liverpool play tomorrow.
Moses lasted up to the 90th minute, before being replaced by another Nigerian, Ola Aina as manager Antonio Conte looked to close shop.
The Super Eagles forward has now made 17 appearances for The Blues this season, and has also scored three times.