Cesar Azpilicueta inspired Chelsea to crucial victory over Lille in Tuesday's Champions League encounter earlier this week.
The Spaniard headed the Blues to glory after connecting with Emerson's corner kick in the 35th minute of the encounter.
His goal against the French League side increased his tally to two goals after six UCL matches so far this campaign.
This means that the Blues captain has outscored the competition's all-time highest goals scorer Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored just one goal in five appearances this term.
The Juve star currently stands at 127 goals in 114 appearances and he could stretch the tally to 128 goals when his side battle Bayer Leverkusen later this evening.
Ronaldo joined the Old Lady in a four-year deal worth £99 million from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 but he has struggled for form halfway into the 2019-20 season.
Meanwhile, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was said to have lost his temper during Juvetuns training ahead of their last Champions League clash against Leverkusen.
The 34-year-old showed his frustration after smashing three balls into the air as the players around him laughed.
He later joined the rest of his teammates after he had evidently exhausted his energy.