Chelsea striker Fernando Torres scored his second goal in as many matches, but later saw red for a two-footed lunge as Chelsea beat Premier League newboys Swansea, Saturday.
Chelsea's unbeaten start to the season was ended by Manchester United last season but Andre Villas-Boas' side bounced back in impressive fashion with a 4-1 win at Stamford Bridge.
Spain international Torres opened the scoring on the half-hour mark; neatly controlling a weighted chip from Spain team-mate Juan Mata before twisting round and lashing past Swansea goalkeeper Micheel Vorm.
Ramires doubled the home side's lead soon after, the Brazilian drilled home after neat build-up play from Torres and Ahley Cole.
However, the Blues were reduced to ten-men when Torres saw red for a nasty, two-footed lunge on Mark Gower.
Swansea rallied in the second half and Nathan Dyer was unlucky to see his shot rattle Petr Cech's crossbar. But late goals from Ramires and Didier Drogba sealed the victory for Villas-Boas' side.
"On the sending off, I have nothing to say. It looks to be a good decision from the referee," Villas-Boas said.
"The challenge was just in the nature of the game, it was one of those things and the referee has decided like that.
"It is a pity because the game was becoming a spectacle for us and for the fans, but in the end it is what the referee decided and we had to adjust to it."