Chelsea went rampant against their London rivals Crystal Palace during the Saturday Premier League match played at Stamford Bridge.
The blues would begin on a high as Kai Havertz opened the scoring in the 8th minute.
Two minutes later, Christian Pulisic would make it 2-0 as Palace looked stunned at what had just hit them.
Thirty minutes played and it was 3-0 as Kurt Zouma scored his fifth goal of the season giving Chelsea a very commanding lead.
Pulisic scored his second in the second half to secure all three points and it was performance that earned him the man of the match vote from fans.
The American has not had that much of a good season but today's performance will do a hell lot good to his confidence you can feel. Below are some reactions from fans.
James Cfc: Pulisic is our best player when he is on top form. What a performance today lad! He played so brilliantly
Jackson Mandagu: Pulisic is very talented and can become a legend at Chelsea. My motm for me
CFc: Havertz played well but I have to give my motm to Pulisic what a player!!! Talent can never die off and I hope this is his season's turning point.
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