Raheem Sterling and Cole Palmer were the heroes of the day, securing a crucial victory for Chelsea on the road.
In the first half, Chelsea dominated possession but had limited clear-cut opportunities. Sterling came close with a shot that narrowly missed the post before the hosts opened the scoring.
Foster dribbled through Silva and Disasi in the middle, finding Odobert in the box, who placed his shot into the bottom corner.
Burnley managed to level the score with their only shot on target in the first half, courtesy of an own goal by Al Dakhil.
Enzo Fernandez’s scoring opportunity was denied by a brilliant tackle from Cullen before Chelsea equalized.
Sterling made a run down the left, delivered a cross into the box, and the ball deflected off Al Dakhil into the net.
Burnley displayed strong defensive play in the first half, preventing Chelsea from taking shots in dangerous areas.
The second half began with a penalty awarded to Chelsea just three minutes in.
Sterling outmaneuvered Vitinho on the left and was brought down inside the box by a late slide tackle, confirmed by a VAR check.
Cole Palmer confidently converted the penalty, sending it into the right side of the goal as Trafford dived the other way.
Fifteen minutes later, Raheem Sterling extended Chelsea’s lead with a powerful shot into the bottom corner using his weaker foot, courtesy of a setup by his teammate, Gallagher.
Cole Palmer continued to shine, providing an assist to Nicolas Jackson, who dribbled past a Burnley defender in the 18-yard box and calmly slotted the ball into the net, securing Chelsea’s fourth goal.