Chelsea came from goal down to beat Cardiff City 2-1 in Wales on Sunday in a Premier League game reports Completesports.com.
Substitute Reuben Loftus Cheek scored the winner for the Blues in additional time to end the Blues poor run away from home.
Victor Camarasa scored the opener for the Bluebirds but Cesar Azpilicueta scored an equaliser for Chelsea in the 84th minute from an offside position.
The win ended Chelsea poor form away from home in the Premier League having failed to win a game in five games.
Pedro Rodriguez had Chelsea first shot on goal but his effort went inches over the crossbar in the 10th minute.
The Bluebirds came close two minutes later through Josh Murphy who curled in his effort wide from Chelsea’s upright.
Chelsea came close to opening the deadlock from a free-kick in the 35th minute which sailed wide.
Cardiff who had lost five of their last eight games in the Premier League got off to a brilliant start in the second half with a goal from Camarasa.
The Spanish midfielder half volley gave Cardiff the lead one minute into the second half.
Cesar Azpilicueta earned Chelsea a point with a header in the 84th minute before Loftus Cheek secured a hard-fought win for the Maurizio Sarri’s men.
Chelsea will face Brighton in their next game on Wednesday.