Mykhailo Mudryk's first goal for Chelsea helped Mauricio Pochettino's side win 2-0 against Fulham on Monday night.
The Ukrainian fired Chelsea in front on 18 minutes when he controlled Levi Colwill's cross on his chest and found the back of the net for the first time since he signed for £89 million in January from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Armando Broja then doubled Chelsea's lead a minute later when he bundled the ball into the net from Tim Ream's attempted tackle for his first goal since October 2022 following a serious knee injury.
Chelsea should have added a third in the second half but substitute Ian Maatsen struck the post from Broja's cut-back and Bernd Leno charged down to deny Enzo Fernandez from scoring the rebound.
Fulham tried to muster a response in the closing stages but Chelsea defended resolutely to close out the match despite apparent injury problems.
The win marked the Blues first Premier League win since August and moved them up to 11th in the Premier League.