Five things we learned from Leicester 0-3 Chelsea

Chelsea were in absolutely lethal form against Leicester on Saturday evening, dismantling last year’s champions for the third time this season in all competitions.

A double from Marcos Alonso and a Pedro goal sealed the win for the visitors on a night that Conte’s side showed there could be life after Diego Costa, with the striker’s future at Stamford Bridge in doubt.

They are now seven points ahead of second place heading into Sunday’s fixtures and with Liverpool’s chances of a victory at Old Trafford far from certain, could end the weekend leading the rest by that margin.

Leicester were powerless to resist the 90 minute battering and looked far from the old Leicester from last season. The Foxes are just five points above the relegation zone and really need to go on an extended unbeaten run to put distance between themselves and dangers.

It was an engrossing watch from start to finish but the clinical nature of Chelsea’s performance made it a not very competitive affair.

Here are FIVE lessons we learned from Saturday night’s action…