Swansea began life after Bony in horrendous form as Chelsea put five goals past them with four of those five goals coming in the first half.
Chelsea got off to a flyer after Oscar capitalized on Sirgudsson’s error to fire home from outside the box to make it one nil. Diego Costa made it two nil in the 20th minute after Chelsea came up with some lovely inter-play befor Fabregas set up his Spanish teammate to finish past Fabianski. Costa made it three for Chelsea after the former Atletico man was gifted the ball in the Swansea eighteen yard box and he took advantage to score his 17th goal of the season in the 34th minute. Diego Costa then turned provider for Oscar as he laid a perfect pass for the Brazilian to stroke home just two minutes later. The second half was a little more boring and but Schurrle found the back of the net in the 79th minute from two yards after being set up by Ivanovic.
Chelsea are not six points clear at the top of the table but second placed Manchester City have a crunch clash with Arsenal in hand.