- Chelsea get back to winning ways following a 2-1 win over Watford
- Maurizio Sarri's side took the lead from the star man Eden Hazard
- Roberto Pereyra equalized before Hazard scored from the penalty spot
- Hazard has now scores 101 goals for Chelsea in all competitions
Chelsea have maintained their fourth position in the Premier League following a 2-1 Boxing Day victory over Watford at Vicarage Road.
The match was an evenly contested game but Maurizio Sarri's men created the better chances in the opening exchanges.
The match took an astonishing turn in injury time of the first half as two goals were scored within the space of three minutes.
Chelsea drew first blood through Eden Hazard after receiving a pass from Matteo Kovacic as he rounded Ben Foster in goal to make it 1-0.
The goal marked Hazard's 100th goal in the colours of the Blues as it makes him the tenth player to reach the century mark for the west London club.
In a dramatic turn around in time added on, Roberto Pereyra took a first time shot from a short corner that beat Kepa Arrizabalaga in goal to make it 1-1 before the break.
In the 58th minute, Foster clattered into Hazard as the referee pointed to the spot and awarded a penalty to Sarri's men and a yellow card was also shown to the England shot-stopper.
The 27-year-old stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way to complete his brace and restored a 2-1 lead to Chelsea.
Sarri's side held on to a nervy ending as the Stamford Bridge outfit ran away with the victory and stay three points clear off Arsenal who occupy fifth position.
Chelsea are still 13 points behind Liverpool at the top, seven off the pace from Totenham and six within the reach of Manchester City on the log.