Chelsea had a very warm welcome back to Stamford Bridge on Monday night after winning the Premier League title on Friday at the Hawthorns. The Blues greeted the fans with a 4-3 win over Watford, with another late goal giving Antonio Conte’s men a victory.

The Italian made an unprecedented nine changes to the line-up from the team that faced West Brom at the beginning of the weekend.

Chelsea came out a little nonchalant at the start, but Hornets made it well-known that they weren’t coming to celebrate as they collected two bookings in the opening 11 minutes.

John Terry put the Blues in front first in the 22nd minute after a corner kick fell to his feet in and around the six-yard box.

The football Gods giveth and the football Gods taketh away; and it was proven two minutes after Terry’s opener as the skipper and Nathaniel Chalobah had a miscommunication error and Terry’s header — intended for Asmir Begovic — fell to Etienne Capoue, who headed it over Begovic and into the back of the net.

Cesar Azpilicueta made it 2-1 at half time with a goal in the 36th minutes, prompting a kiss of the badge from the Spaniard.

Michy Batshuayi — the hero on Friday night — put the score at 3-1 four minutes into the second half, but Daryl Janmaat brought Watford’s deficit back down to one just two minutes later.

Stefano Okaka tried to spoil the party, as he equalised in the 74th minute.

Cesc Fabregas came off the bench and bagged the match-winner in the 88th minute. He’s what we learned from the win.