Tammy Abraham scored his initial two Premier League goals for Chelsea, who created an engaging 3-2 triumph at Norwich City.
The Blues led the pack in the third minute, Cesar Azpilicueta's cross discovering Abraham, who guided the ball into the base corner.
Norwich evened out three minutes after the fact, Teemu Pukki squaring the ball for Todd Cantwell to tap in his first Premier League objective.
Straight to the point Lampard's side reestablished their lead following 17 minutes, Mason Mount cutting in from the left and completing unequivocally past Tim Krul.
Norwich balanced again 13 minutes after the fact, as Pukki hooked on to Emiliano Buendia's through-ball to shoot past Kepa Arrizabalaga for his fifth objective in three Premier League appearances.
Chelsea made it 3-2 halfway during that time half, Abraham gathering Mateo Kovacic's go to shoot low past Krul.
Despite the fact that Ben Godfrey hit the crossbar for Norwich with a header, the west Londoners hung on for Lampard's first win as a Premier League head mentor.