CHELSEA 2 – 0 HULLIt wasn’t magic but Diego Costa’s skill helped Chelsea make its winless streak in the English Premier League vanish with a 2-0 victory at Hull on Saturday.Chelsea’s underwhelming start to the season had seen the pressure mount on manager Antonio Conte, who admitted on Friday there was “no magic wand.”Costa set up the opener for Willian in the 61st minute and curled home a similar effort six minutes later to end his side’s demoralizing league run – a 2-2 draw with Swansea, followed by losing 2-1 to Liverpool, and a humiliating 3-0 defeat at Arsenal.Conte must have feared the worst after watching his side struggle in a disappointing first half in which Chelsea did not have a single shot on target. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois kept the visitors in the game, saving against Robert Snodgrass and Ryan Mason.After the interval Chelsea looked a different side, with Eden Hazard firing its first shot on target in the 48th with a stinging drive which Hull goalkeeper David Marshall did well to tip over the bar.Chelsea should have grabbed the lead just before the hour mark when Costa rounded the advancing Marshall but saw his shot from a tight angle deflected onto the post by Jake Livermore. (Also read: EPL: Late James Milner penalty gives Liverpool 2-1 win over Swansea)Chelsea grabbed the lead three minutes later when Costa found Willian on the left. The Brazilian turned Markus Henriksen and David Meyler before curling a superb shot into the roof of the net.advertisementChelsea stretched its lead in the 67th when Costa blasted home after Nemanja Matic’s blocked effort landed perfectly for Costa, who fired home from a similar position.Chelsea provisionally moved to sixth, with six more points than Hull. Both teams have played seven matches.WATFORD 2 – 2 BOURNEMOUTHWatford twice came from behind to draw with visiting Bournemouth 2-2 in the English Premier League on Saturday.Both teams remained in the bottom half of the standings.WEST HAM 1 – 1 MIDDLESBROUGHWith an exceptional solo goal, Dimitri Payet briefly put the smiles back on West Ham fans’ faces. But only briefly.Payet’s nutmegs and stepovers, bamboozling Middlesbrough’s defense before scoring West Ham’s equalizer, provided only a flicker of hope. It was good as it got for the London club on Saturday on another tricky day at its new home.