Chelsea regain their top spot in English Premier League after grabbing another three points on their league fixture, defeating Everton in an exciting encounter.
Playing with such high confidence, The Blues only needed less than a minute to get themselves in front when Diego Costa opened the scoring within 34 seconds after kick off.
Shortly afterwards, Chelsea managed to double their lead, this time with Branislav Ivanovic's effort on the third minute.
Everton tried to get back into that tie and seemed like heading into that direction just before half time when Kevin Mirallas pulled one back.
After the break, Roberto Martinez's men were pushing hard in search for that equalizing goal, but their slack defending was punished as Eden Hazard's individual effort resulted in an own goal from Seamus Coleman.
Everon refused to give up easily though as they made it 3-2 not long afterwards through Steven Naismith's finish on 69 minutes.
Chelsea regained their two goals advantage on 74 minutes as Nemanja Matic scored for Jose Mourinho's men, but the Toffees responded well when two minutes later Samuel Eto'o pulled another goal back for the host.
However, the home team's effort was finally rattled within just a minute as Ramires made it 5-3 for Chelsea and that game was finally sealed in the 90th minute when Costa completed his brace.