Michael Ballack believes Chelsea have once again demonstrated they possess the perfect mix needed to be champions.
Carlo Ancelotti's men returned to the top of the Barclays Premier League table after a first-half double from Didier Drogba saw off the challenge of Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.
The Gunners had plenty of possession, but crucially could not turn that into goals.
"We wanted to do our job," the 33-year-old said. "We knew the way Arsenal play. It is always the same style. If you play tactics like we did, you can beat them.
"This season and the season before they showed they weren't able to win the league.
"He [Wenger] always says things like this when he loses to find an excuse - but football is not possession of the ball and playing a nice pass, football is about winning games and that is what Manchester United showed when they played them and what we did."