After a scoreless first half, an apparently quite unhappy Jose didn't hesitate to make changes, pulling Oscar and André Schürrle off and putting Diego Costa and Willian on. This gave Chelsea a sort of 4-2-4 shape, with Mikel and Ramires in the middle, Drogba and Costa ahead of them, Willian and Rémy flanking the striking duo on either side. Needless to say, the changes paid off.
Willian opened the scoring 12 minutes into the second half with a very nice finish from range (Remy, Costa involved in the build-up). Chelsea don't often shoot from distance nowadays, preferring to keep possession and work for better opportunities, but we all love a long-range blockbuster. Get in!
Another 12 minutes before Loïc Rémy, making a long-anticipated and long-wished-for start doubled our advantage. This is quite a lovely volley (Costa, Drogba involved in the build-up).
Last but certainly not least -- nothing's "least" when it comes to Kurt Zouma -- here's the big boy guiding an Azpilicueta cross into the top corner a few minutes later (Willian secondary assist), leaving the Watford goalkeeper with no chance. We want more Zouma!
That's three goals scored for the second straight match, with a clean sheet to boot. Well done, Chelsea.