Eden Hazard scored twice as Chelsea rallied to beat Cardiff 4-1 Saturday and extend its unbeaten Premier League run at home to 13 matches.
Cardiff went ahead in the 10th after Jordon Mutch exploited poor defending before Samuel Eto'o set up a bizarre equalizer for Chelsea in the 33rd at Stamford Bridge.
Eto'o crept up on Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall who was caught unaware while bouncing the ball, leading to Hazard's first goal from close range.
Eto'o made it 2-1 with a well-placed low strike in the 66th
Chelsea made sure of the win with Oscar's right-footed shot from outside the area in the 78th before Frank Lampard set up Hazard's second with eight minutes left.