So were Chelsea's star performers on the day?
✔️ GOOD PERFORMANCE
The difference between Chelsea's form with and without Ziyech is huge this season and his recent return from injury could be crucial for the future of Lampard.
He provided a wonderful assist for Hudson-Odoi's goal, chipping a delightful pass over the top of the Morecambe defence.
Ziyech also had a game-high six dribbles, 11 crosses and also attempted three shots - all during his 68 minutes on the pitch.
Callum Hudson-Odoi: 8.3
Hudson-Odoi continued his excellent run of form as he scored for the second game in a row - and his fifth in nine in all competitions for club and country.
He finished with aplomb from Ziyech's pass in the second half but he also provided the assist for Mount's deadlock-breaker.
His crossing was once again excellent, both when playing from the left and right, with seven crosses in total. He also had seven touches in the box.
⭐ STAR MAN
Kai Havertz: 9.0
A welcome return to form for the German youngster, who has endured a nightmare start to his Chelsea career.
He scored his first goal in 15 games, soaring high above his marker to power home an unstoppable header from Cesar Azpilicueta's cross.
He also provided the assist for the goal of countryman Timo Werner, another player who has failed to live up to expectations since moving from the Bundesliga.
Havertz had a game-high four shots and a game-high nine touches in the box as he displayed the qualities that convinced Chelsea to splash out around £70 million on his services.