Chelsea winger, Raheem Sterling, scored twice as they beat Luton Town 3-0 on Friday night.
It was the first win for the Blues under Mauricio Pochettino.
After failing to win his opening two Premier League games, Pochettino secured his first competitive victory at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea opened the scoring in the 17th minute through Sterling as the winger picked up the ball from the right-hand side before driving at the Luton defence and finishing superbly.
The hosts extended their lead through Sterling in the 68th minute as he got on the end of an inch-perfect cross from Malo Gusto before stroking his effort home.
There was further misery for Luton in the 75th minute through Nicolas Jackson as the Senegal striker lurked at the back post and got on the end of Sterling’s driven cross to tap in his first goal for the club.