John Terry got away from American Geoff Cameron to score his first league goal since December 2013, helping Chelsea win 2-0 at Stoke on Monday night to restore a three-point lead atop the Premier League.
Terry outjumped Cameron 95 seconds in to score with a 7-yard header off Cesc Fabregas' corner kick, giving Terry goals in 15 consecutive Premier League seasons. Fabregas doubled the lead in the 78th when he scored from 8 yards off a pass from Eden Hazard.
Chelsea (13-1-3) has 42 points, and defending champion Manchester City (12-2-3) has 39.
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