Gonzalo Higuain who had an EPL debut to forget against Bournemouth, lead Chelsea to a resounding 5-0 victory against Huddersfield.
The strikers clever run allowed N’Golo Kante to slot in a lovely through ball to him, and he who did well in the tight space to fire past Jonas Lossl and open the scoring.
It continued a morale-boosting 5-0 result on the night, with all eyes having been on another potential managerial casualty at Stamford Bridge.
Unlike his predecessor, Alvaro Morata, the Argentine looked elated after his first strike, launching himself into the air and celebrating as his sharp display early in the match ended up earning him a goal.
Higuain’s first goal for Chelsea meant that he kept up a record of 37 goals in his last 37 league games playing under Sarri, but he would add another to make it 38 in the second half.