Daniel Sturridge looked set to haunt his former employers by opening the scoring for Liverpool shortly after he had missed an open goal early in the second-half.
Kante came off the bench with his side trailing 1-0, so imagine his heartbreak when Emerson equalised... and then his ecstasy when Hazard pops up with the victor five minutes later.
"I don't think it's a foul".
Alan Judge got one back for Brentford with a deflected free-kick in the 58th minute.
Premier League leaders Liverpool, who had won all seven games this season, took the lead through Daniel Sturridge's well-executed hooked finish, just minutes after the England worldwide missed a completely open net.
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"On Saturday we have a big game against them and we will improve, definitely. That's the most important thing".
Watching with interest on Saturday will be champions Manchester City who are also unbeaten with five wins and a draw.
If Sarri's team win again on Saturday, perhaps it is they who will emerge as the side to beat this season, simply because they have the greater options beyond the first XI.
Both Chelsea goals came down his side of the pitch and he was an erratic presence throughout.
"We knew how Chelsea wanted to play but we gave them too much space and weren't compact enough", Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said. I like to read good articles and a passionate football fan.
At the London Stadium, West Ham gave Macclesfield, who now sit bottom of the entire Football League, a lesson in ruthless finishing.
"We had the chances to finish it", Klopp added, with Liverpool set to visit Stamford Bridge for a Premier League rematch on Saturday.