England's Frank Lampard gets 200 Chelsea goals but injuries for Michael Dawson and Aaron Lennon
Frank Lampard was on a high after scoring the 200th goal of his Chelsea career in a 2-0 victory over his former club West Ham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Midfielder Lampard is now just two goals away from equalling Bobby Tambling's all-time goalscoring record for the Blues.
So he will be joining the England squad ahead of crucial World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro in the best possible mood.
He said: "It is one of my best days. Obviously winning the Champions League and championships are the best, but personally getting 200 goals for the club, I never thought I would touch that so I am pleased to get it.
"Everyone keeps talking about the goalscoring record, I would rather people kept quiet.
"The important thing is trying to score goals to win games. We are in good form and everyone is at it. There is a good feeling around the place and we need to carry it on until the end of the season."
Chelsea interim manager Rafa Benitez was pleased with the victory, which takes the Blues to third in the Premier League table, but remained calm about his team's chances of finishing in the top four.
He claimed: "It is a long race, we have to carry on and win our next game and see what others do.
"In the first half, we could have scored two or three goals and you have to be pleased because we scored two goals and kept a clean sheet. We have to be a little disappointed because we could have finished it earlier."
On Lampard scoring his 200th goal for Chelsea, he added: "We were expecting him to score today, because the team were creating chances and he was at the end of the crosses.
"We are happy because the team is winning and he has broken a great record and hopefully he can score more goals."
Eden Hazard also scored for Chelsea, who fielded England's Ashley Cole and Gary Cahill in defence. Striker Andy Carroll had a goal disallowed for London rivals West Ham.
Across the capital at White Hart Lane, Fulham stunned Tottenham with a 1-0 victory thanks to a goal from former Spur Dimitar Berbatov.
England striker Jermain Defoe was denied what looked a certain equaliser by a stunning save from Mark Schwarzer.
Midfielder Scott Parker played the full 90 minutes, but England defender Michael Dawson had to go off injured at half-time.
Spurs manager Andrew Villas-Boas said of Dawson: "He felt his (hamstring) muscle going in the first half. If we had brought him on in the second half we would be risking him a major injury."
England winger Aaron Lennon was not included in the Tottenham squad and Villas-Boas fears he could miss out on England's forthcoming matches in San Marino and Montenegro.
Villas-Boas added: "He has been struggling a lot with injuries. We risked him the other day against Inter Milan and he is on the brink of rupturing his muscle so we have decided to take him out of this game. He has groin and hamstring injuries."
Wigan secured a dramatic 2-1 victory over Newcastle thanks to a late goal from Arouna Kone while Sunderland, who included England Under 21 star Danny Rose, drew 1-1 at home to Norwich.