Eden Hazard enjoyed a 90% dribble success rate against Burnley.
Indeed, where Fabregas may have shone with his exquisite passing and set-piece deliveries, it was Eden Hazard who shone with his dribbling - yet again.
Is there a better dribbler out there than the Belgian? Based on the stats, it's hard to find one.
|Team||Pos||Dribbles Won||Total Contest||Apps||Mins|
|Adnan Januzaj||Man Utd||MF||4||8||1||66|
As Opta data shows, the 23-year-old won almost twice as many dribbles as any other player in the Premier League last weekend.
And what's more, Hazard won 90% of the contests he attempted against Burnley. His nearest rival was Raheem Sterling, who, by comparison, completed just five out of seven - still better than anyone other than Hazard, however.
|Yannick Bolasie||Crystal Palace||MF||74||29||2,038|
As stats from last season show, Hazard is simply continuing where he left off last term. With 132 won dribbles, the Chelsea winger was the only man to top a ton on the ball, with Luis Suarez being his nearest competitor.
So, while the Belgian may not have appeared as effective as the likes of Fabregas, Diego Costa or Andre Schurrle going forward, he was doing what he does best all the same.
In terms of a player better at beating his man in world football, we may have to look abroad...
|Ángel Di María||Argentina||MF||25||5||422|
During the World Cup, for instance, four players won more dribbles than Hazard, although two of them played two more games.
But that was the 23-year-old playing for his national side. For Chelsea, he seems twice the player.
Is Hazard the best dribbler of a ball in the world?