Chelsea have been on a fine run during the past couple of games and they managed to put one more win under their belt this weekend when they beat Watford in the Premier League.
The Blues took a 2-0 lead by the 55th minute thanks to goals from Pulisic and Tammy Abraham but then Deulofeu went on to score from the penalty spot in the 80th minute which led to a few nervy moments on the away bench.
In the end, though Chelsea managed to hang on and came back home with a much deserved three points.
And speaking after the match, Frank Lampard explained that his team find a new gear when they are playing away from home which is why their form on the road has been so good.
“I don’t think there’s one absolute thing that’s making us win away,” Blues boss Lampard said at his post-match press conference[as reported].
“They’re just working hard and also the way we’re working off the ball,”
“Maybe away from home teams open up against us slightly more. That gives us the opportunity, with the pace we have, and we can counter-attack and create chances.
“Whereas maybe at the Bridge teams can make it more difficult to do that with such freedom.
“Maybe that’s why we have been so free-flowing away from home.”
This win means the Blues have now won each one of their last five league games and have also maintained their place in the top-four.
But the next two matches for Chelsea will be at home – first they take on Ajax in the Champions League and then they welcome Palace at home next weekend.