Sunderland boss Gus Poyet was delighted with victory at Chelsea.
Poyet admitted winning at his old stomping ground proved a "special" moment, and may even sway the title destination.
"It could be the key moment for the title," said Poyet, who spent four years at Stamford Bridge in his attacking midfield heyday.
"Everybody's going to be talking about Fabio (Borini) now because he's a Liverpool player.
"He's going to have a few digs from a few friends from Liverpool that's for sure, but I can assure you that we played only for Sunderland, we didn't play for anyone else."
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