Chelsea were celebrating after their 2-0 win over Bolton Wanderers put them in the history books.
The Blues smashed Tottenham Hotspur's 48-year-old record of 11 straight away victories in the top flight with Saturday's success at the Reebok Stadium.
During Chelsea's amazing streak, they scored 26 goals and conceded on just one occasion - against Manchester City in September. We mark their fine achievement with a rundown of all their triumphs.
5th April - Manchester City 0-2 Chelsea
Chelsea's incredible run began at the tail end of season 2007/08 as they kept up their Barclays Premier League title ambitions. Coming off the back of a disappointing Champions League quarter-final first leg defeat by Fenerbahce, they bridged the gap with Manchester United to two points with a superb away victory. The Blues got off to a dream start after City defender Richard Dunne put the ball into his own net with just five minutes on the clock, then Salomon Kalou added another in the second half.
17th April - Everton 0-1 Chelsea
The Blues kept up their chase for the league title with a hard-fought triumph, cutting United's lead at the top to two points again. Midfield enforcer Michael Essien struck four minutes before half-time in this Thursday night televised match, finishing off a well-worked move to blast into the top corner.
5th May - Newcastle United 0-2 Chelsea
This success was the first time Chelsea had won a league match at St James' Park since 2001 and it ensured the race for the championship with Man Utd went down to the wire. German star Michael Ballack nodded home Didier Drogba's free-kick on the hour mark before Florent Malouda made sure of the points for Avram Grant's men eight minutes from time.
24th August - Wigan Athletic 0-1 Chelsea
Luiz Felipe Scolari began his reign in the Stamford Bridge hotseat with his first away victory. Summer signing Deco notched his second goal in as many matches with an early strike at the JJB Stadium. The Portugal international smashed a third-minute free-kick past Latics keeper Mike Pollitt to continue the Blues' 100 per cent start to the new 2008/09 season.
13th September - Manchester City 1-3 Chelsea
Chelsea responded well from conceding a goal from City's £32m Brazilian star Robinho on his debut with a fine comeback. They equalised after John Terry's header from Frank Lampard's corner struck Joe Cole, and Ricardo Carvalho plundered the rebound from close range. Lampard put the London side in front with a powerful run and shot that nestled into the bottom corner. Then Cole sent Nicolas Anelka clear to slot past Joe Hart for the third goal and Chelsea held on despite having Terry sent off for a professional foul.
27th September - Stoke City 0-2 Chelsea
Portugal full-back Jose Bosingwa was instrumental in this win at newly-promoted Stoke City. Bosingwa combined with Lampard to unleash a rasping shot past Thomas Sorenson into the corner for his first Blues goal. He then saw his cross chested by Stoke defender Abdoulaye Faye and into the path of Anelka who made no mistake.
18th October - Middlesbrough 0-5 Chelsea
Chelsea inflicted the heaviest defeat on Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate with a brilliant away victory. Kalou started the rout, firing past Ross Turnbull after Andrew Taylor blocked Juliano Belletti's shot. Belletti got on the scoresheet himself with a 35 yard rocket that left Turnbull grasping at thin air, then Kalou grabbed his second goal with a deflected shot off David Wheater. Lampard got the fourth with a diving header from Kalou's centre and Malouda pounced from close range for a fantastic fifth goal.
29th October - Hull City 0-3 Chelsea
Chelsea hit back from defeat at home to Liverpool in the previous match with victory over high-flying Hull City. They came flying out of the blocks with talisman midfielder Lampard hitting a brilliant left-footed chipped goal with just two minutes gone. Anelka doubled the lead by taking advantage of defensive indecision between Tigers defenders Michael Turner and Kamil Zayatte to slot past Boaz Myhill. Malouda rounded off a convincing win with the third goal of the day from Carvalho's cross.
9th November - Blackburn Rovers 0-2 Chelsea
Manager Scolari celebrated his 60th birthday in style with victory at Ewood Park. His side took the lead with a bizarre goal as Bosingwa's piledriver which was heading off target smacked against Anelka and bobbled over the line past a dumb-struck Paul Robinson. Malouda and Lampard linked up well on the edge of the area with the latter setting up Anelka to plant the ball over Robinson for his second of the day.
15th November - West Bromwich Albion 0-3 Chelsea
Chelsea beat their own Premier League record of 10 successive away wins set four years ago with this triumph over Premier League new boys West Brom. The match was sewn up by half-time with the Blues netting three times in a 12 minute spell before the break. Bosingwa's 30 yard drive was too powerful for keeper Scott Carson who got a hand to the ball but could not stop it from going over the line. Anelka latched onto Malouda's header and rifled past Carson for number two. Then seconds before half-time, Kalou set up Anelka to score again.
6th December - Bolton Wanderers 0-2 Chelsea
Chelsea etched their name in football's history books with a record breaking 11 consecutive away wins in the top flight. Anelka scored his 99th Premier League goal with a flying header before Deco's sensational scissor kick sealed maximum points.
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