The Champions were impressive on the night as they held Everton for 90 minutes without conceding a goal against a resolute side.
Everton held Man.city last week and had an impressive game against Guradiola side but Conte had different ideas on his sleeve as he set out his team to frustrate the efforts of new signing, Rooney and host of attacks from the Merseyside club.
First-half goals from Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata were enough to get an accomplished 2-0 win over Everton at Stamford Bridge after losing last time out against Burnley in a game that saw two players sent off for the blues.
Cesc Fabregas who was sent off against Burnley started today and showed his appreciation by scoring the first goal after an assist from Morata after collecting a quick pass from the Striker to side foot for a wonderful goal to put the blues in front.
There were suspicions of offside when Morata doubled the lead five minutes before the interval, but the flag stayed down and Everton’s hopes were seldom raised thereafter.
Chelsea are sixth on the log after winning two games in three and scoring six goals in the process.