Chelsea manager Frank Lampard’s impressive start to life at Stamford Bridge has seen him equal a 30-year club record.
The former midfielder saw his side impressively win 2-1 away to Watford on Saturday, which took them to third on the English Premier League standings.
This was Chelsea’s seventh successive triumph on the road, equalling a record set by Bobby Campbell’s team in 1989.
Lampard’s boys started off the run with a 3-2 win over Norwich in August, before a 5-2 triumph at Wolves in September.
They then followed up the two wins with a 2-1 win over Lille in the Champions League, before putting four past Southampton in the Premier League that weekend.
A 1-0 win over Ajax in the Champions League was quickly followed by a 4-2 win over Burnley, before Saturday’s win at Vicarage Road.
During the match, Tammy Abraham gave Lampard’s men the lead after just five minutes, and they doubled their lead through Christian Pulisic in the second-half.
A Gerard Deulofeu penalty in the 80th minute ruined the clean sheet and saw a nervy ending to the match, but they held on for their fifth consecutive win in the Premier League.
They moved three points above Leicester City, who play away to Crystal Palace on Sunday evening.
Arsenal, who drew 1-1 at home to Wolves are fifth on 17 points, might lose the spot if Palace manages to beat Leicester.