West Ham ran into an Eden Hazard show whic meant they suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The Belgian star scored a brace to lead the Blues to a victory, in a game where the Hammers had few moments to expect something from.

Chelsea began the game well and had a couple of chances in the opening 20 minutes. Cesar Azpilicueta had one glorious opportunity in the box, but the Spaniard took too many touches before unleashing a shot.

Then around the 24th minute, Hazard picked up possession inside the West Ham half and ran past five players to score an individually brilliant goal.

Moments later, he set up Gonzalo Higuain with a good chance, but the former Real Madrid striker hit the post with his effort.

The Hammers had a couple of decent chances in the second half, but their efforts were inches wide from the goal.

The game was wrapped up by Hazard with a late second goal. Ross Barkley played a brilliant ball over the top for the former to score from a difficult angle.

All in all, a game where Manuel Pellegrini’s could have done better but it became difficult as Chelsea were in the mood today.

Here’s how we rated the Hammers’ players: