Celebrations returned to Stamford Bridge once again as Chelsea lifted the English Premier League for the fourth time in the last 10 years, after their 3-1 win against Sunderland in their last fixture of the season.
Although Chelsea had already clinched the Premier League title of 3 May following their 1-0 home win against Crystal Palace, they ended the season in style, recording a comfortable 3-1 win against the Black Cats, courtesy a penalty from Diego Costa and a brace from Loic Remy.
Didier Drogba, who had earlier announced that he would be making his final appearance for the club against Sunderland, was made the captain for Chelsea's final game of the season.
Although he was not able to make much of an impact, he was given a fitting farewell, with his teammates carrying him off the pitch and the whole stadium, including Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, giving him a standing ovation when he was replaced by Diego Costa in the 28th minute.
The Blues were already a goal down at this juncture, with Steven Fletcher putting his side ahead in the 25th minute via a header from an excellent corner from Adam Johnson.
Chelsea, however, were not behind for long, as they were awarded a penalty in the 37th minute after John O'Shea brought down Juan Cuadrado inside the box.
Costa stepped up and smashed his effort into the bottom corner of the net to score his 20th Premier League goal of the season.
The Blues played some attractive football after the half time break, but this let them uncharacteristically open at the back, giving the Black Cats a chance to hit them on the counter.
Sunderland nearly retook the lead just before the hour mark when Patrick van Aanholt, after finding acres of space on the left flank, forced a good save from Petr Cech.
Jermain Defoe fired an effort from the rebound but the ball was cleared off the line by Cesar Azpilicueta.
Chelsea soon made up for the missed chance as they soon took the lead through Loic Remy. Barclays Premier League, PFA and FWA player of the year Eden Hazard sent a good ball towards Remy and the French striker made no mistake as he found the nets via a low effort that Vito Mannone could only palm into his own net.
Moments later, the goalkeeper did well to keep Sunderland in the game as he made an excellent effort to keep out Willian's low header towards the near corner.
However, despite Mannone and Sunderland's best efforts to keep Chelsea at bay, the Blues doubled their lead with three minutes reaming on the clock through Remy.
Nemanja Matic sent an excellent low cross into the box and the French striker did well to get in front of his markets and flick the ball past Mannone.
The final whistle soon blew and celebrations began at Stamford Bridge, with Chelsea finishing eight points ahead of their nearest rival Premier League rival Manchester City.
Checks out these pictures capturing the best moments of the match and Chelsea celebrating with the Premier League title.