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Magical Eden Hazard edges Chelsea closer to the Premier League title with mesmeric displayChelsea held their nerve and reinforced their Premier League title claims at Stamford Bridge last night. And not for the first time this season, they were grateful to the mesmeric skills of Eden H

azard as they secured three points after conceding an extraordinary goal from Stoke’s Charlie Adam. The Scottish midfield player equalised from 60 yards after Hazard opened the scoring with a penalty. Victorious Jose Mourinho hailed the strike, saying: “It was a fantastic goal, every super player in the world would like to score a goal like that. Diego Maradona... Lionel Messi... all these brilliant players. “Not all of them did score that goal in their careers.” The Chelsea manager’s generous post-match demeanour was helped by a second-half strike from Loic Remy which enabled his men to move seven points clear at the top. Winner: Loic Remy slots home the Blues second goal (Image: Rex Features) But it was victory at a price as Diego Costa was forced to limp off just 12 minutes into his second-half appearance as a substitute. He is a player who will be sorely missed if there is a serious recurrence of the hamstring problem that has plagued him this season. But Mourinho insisted: “For sure with that injury it will be a couple of weeks minimum. My medical department is fantastic so there is no problem. “Next week we play Remy and Drogba and wait for Costa again.” Out of action: Costa lasted less than 20 minutes (Image: Getty) For long periods, it was a game for which one man

ager had planned and the

other dreaded. Stoke came to Stamford Bridge to frustrate, smother and negate Chelsea. And it appeared to be working as the hosts found themselves confronted by a wall of

red and white. Goalkeeper Asmir Begovic still needed to be at his most alert after three

minutes when Remy’s shot appeared to hold little threat until it hit Mark Wilson and spun towards the top corner. But the Bosnia international did superbly to change directi

on and claw the ball away. Then it evolved as a battle between Hazard and the massed ranks of the Stoke defence. The

re was danger whenever the Belgian maestro was in possession and he almost opened the scoring with a shot from the edge of the area but again Begovic was in the right place at the right time. Stoke boss Mark Hughes was clearly aware of the danger posed by the foraging runs of Branislav Ivanovic down the Chelsea right flank and used Adam –

usually

one of the more creative talents – to mark the Serb. It had the desired effect. Yet Chelsea’s territorial advantage grew and in the 39th minute it told. Willian released Cesc Fabregas into the area and his turn was too quick and clever for Philipp Wollscheid and the German brought him down. Hazard completed the job from the spot. Coolness: Hazard slots home from the penalty spot (Image: Reuters) Moments later, Adam gave Fabregas a bloody nose in a challenge. Four minutes later he gave the rest of the Chelsea

team the same tre

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ith an extraordinary goal. Adam collected the ball inside his own half and spotted Thibaut Courtois off his line. From fully 60 yards the Scotland international fired into the Chelsea net. Hughes said: “Fair play to him for seeing the goalkeeper off his line and he despatched it, fantastic skill. It’s just a shame we weren’t able to capitalise on that.” At half-time, Mourinho called for

the cavalry. Off went ineffective Oscar and on came talisman Costa. Unfortunately, it was a gamble that misfired as the Spaniard limped off to be replaced by Didier Drogba. Mourinho’s unease was soothed when Hazard took advantage of a rare slip by Begovic whose 62nd-minute clearance went to the Belgian who then cut inside and set Remy up to score a tap-in. Mourinho said: “It was difficult and deserved. I wouldn’t expect to play beautifully. The performances during the beginning of the season is what puts you in a position to be champions. “We starte

d needing six wins and one draw and now we need five wins and one draw.” In pictures - Chelsea 2-1 Stoke: Chelsea v StokeView gallery