And it was again the 21-year-old’s sharp movement which led to the decisive goal, with Jorginho firing home from the spot after Havertz was clattered by Everton keeper Jordan Pickford as he made a darting run into the box.
It was surely Havertz’s best performance in a Chelsea shirt, after he struggled to impose himself on the Premier League following his £72million move from Bayer Leverkusen last summer.
Shortly after Jorginho’s penalty, Mount was brought on for Hudson-Odoi, with Christian Pulisic later taking the field – further showcasing Chelsea’s wealth of attacking options.
It is a luxury Liverpool would surely love to have at the moment, with Jurgen Klopp’s side struggling to replicate the thrilling, high-energy football which saw them rampage to the title last term.
With Chelsea now seven points clear of Liverpool, and four clear of Monday’s opponents Everton, their array of attacking talent looks set to prove a big advantage in the chase for the Champions League places.