Everton stops Chelsea’s victory at Stamford
Watch Chelsea vs Everton highlights on UKsports as the match between Chelsea and everton ended in a draw at Stamford bridge, Saturday.
The match concluded in a draw as Abdoulaye Doucore cancelled out Joao Felix’s goal before kai Havertz’s penalty looked to have confirmed chelsea’s win, only for Ellis Simms to score a point in 89th minute with his first goal for his club.
Ellis Simms scored his first everton goal in the match with Chelsea at the 89th minute of the match play at Stamford bridge to claim a vital points in the Everton’s relegation zone fight and stopping Chelsea’s win.
Chelsea had bounced back from a horrible run of form that been showing in the starting of the year by winning three matches in all competitions and they should have made it in to four in a row after twice taking the lead against everton. If it wasn’t for the goal of Ellis it would be a assured victory for the Chelsea.
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Joao Felix rolled Chelsea first past Jordan pickford after the seven minutes of the break in the second half, but Abdoulaye Doucoure glacing a header over the line to level the score for the visitors in the 69th minute of the game.
As the game was going through a pressure, Kai Havertz took the lead, seven minutes later, when he converted a penalty after the foul on Reece James, which took the lead for the blues. Soon they were so letagic so, they let Ellie Simms took a shot with a easy bursting past Kalidou Kouibaly before seeing his shot squirm past Kepa Arrizbalage as the everton continued the fight about not losing the game against the drop.
After Appearing to be having a career towards the regulation zone, under former Chelsea boss frank Lampard, at the end of January, Everton’s revival under Sean Dyche continued through out the league.
The Toffees just got only two points from their last eight premier league games as Lampard managing but have earned a total of 11 points in the Sean Dyche’s govern of the club. It is a clear demonstration of the positive impact on the Dyche’s management which have give the lead for Everton.
Everton gave a tough fight to Chelsea throughout the match on Saturday evening giving encounters to Chelsea’s Moves which resulted in draw.
The Defender seemingly in the way of the ball everytime it wen near Pickford’s goal during afirst half goal during a first half clear chances.
Dyche about the game
Dyche chose to praise his players for Avoiding defeat in away form match at Goodison Park for the second match in succession, after their defeats in a row for four matches from away home.
Speaking on the interview the Everton boss said,” “I’m really pleased with the growth in mentality. There’s been a lot of questions about Everton’s away form and the mentality around that but it’s been improving all the time.
“It’s still a tough place to come here. I know they’ve [Chelsea] been up and down but they’re a good outfit, coming off of three wins.
“We showed them a little bit too much respect in the first half but after that we got back to grips with the game and reacted well to going behind twice.”
Potter about the match
Potter was so embarrassed the way of play by Chelsea in the game with everton. He was Sepressed by seeing Everton scoring an equaliser goals saying that,” We’re really disappointed because we’ve dropped two points at home.
There was a lot of Positive things in the performance but ultimately we haven’t defended well enough. “Most of the game we controlled fairly well – as much as you can at this level – but the first goal is really disappointing from a set-piece perspective and we spoke about that before the game.
“The second goal we haven’t attacked well enough and exposed ourselves to a big space to defend. To be cheap with the goals we conceded is frustrating.”
As the match ended in the draw, there is no such a change in points table as Chelsea continues to stand in 10th position of the league premises and Everton stands 15th position of the league table. For More information Watch Chelsea vs Everton highlights on UKsports.