Chelsea dominated the match from start to finish.
Chelsea bounced back to winning ways as they smashed the Premier League champions 3-0 at Stamford Bridge and Eden Hazard expressed his delight at the 3-4-3 system Antonio Conte is deploying at the moment.
It was a bad day on the road for Leicester City as they fell to their fourth defeat out of their previous five league fixtures.
Diego Costa broke the deadlock within seven minutes, his seventh of the campaign, on Saturday afternoon before Eden Hazard doubled the lead in the 33rd and Victor Moses sealed the three points as the Nigerian international finished off a brilliant assist by Nathaniel Chalobah with ten minutes to go.
And following the win, Hazard, who was brilliant on the day, was pleased they returned to winning ways.
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Hazard told Sky Sports: "I play more inside the pitch. I don’t stay wide. I play this system with the Belgium side.
"We have more freedom. And we can win the ball back. It is good for us."
Hazard celebrated his goal with two fingers on each hand after scoring his goal in recognition of Chelsea star Willian, who missed the game on compassionate leave following the death of his mother.
Hazard added: "My celebration was for Willy. He lost his mother and we are thinking about him. We hope he can come back stronger."
Kante also said: "It was a special game. Last season, I enjoyed it with Leicester. Now I am a Chelsea player so I am happy to win."