Chelsea’s Spanish midfielder Pedro celebrates with teammates after scoring.

Bournemouth made life difficult for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, but two late goals from Pedro and from Eden Hazard saw the Blues take their points tally to 12 from 12.

That means they keep pace with Liverpool at the top of the Premier League as the teams head into the international break.

The Cherries made life very tough for the London team in this one, getting men behind the ball and limiting the space available to their hosts.

Maurizio Sarri‘s substitutions allowed Chelsea to finally get on the scoresheet as one of the players off the bench Olivier Giroud set up another, Pedro.

The Spaniard’s shot from just outside the area squeezed just inside the post to put Chelsea 1-0 up with 18 minutes remaining, before Hazard burst into the box and slotted into the far post for a second in the 85th minute.



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