Chelsea have returned to winning ways after a remarkable 2-1 comeback win over West Ham in the Premier League encounter at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening encounter.
David Moyes-led side frustrate the Blues in a first half that saw plenty of home possession but no shots on target for either side and looked to have executed their gameplan.
Michail Antonio scored from a rare attack after 62 minutes to put West Ham ahead as the Jamaican descent bundled in from close range after Senegalese keeper Edouard Mendy failed to deal the visiting team corner kick.
Chelsea leveled the score 14 minutes later through Ben Chilwell after he replace Marc Cucurella in the 72nd minute when snuck the ball from a tight angle shortly to make it 1-1.
Substitute Kai Havertz scored a late winner as Chelsea came from behind to record a dramatic victory over West Ham after Maxwell Cornet hadequalisede in the90th minutee before VAR and referee Andrew Madley consulted the pitchside monitor due to a foul on Mendy that was awarded once referee Andrew Madley consulted the pitchside monitor.