A spirited Everton side came from behind twice to secure a precious point against Chelsea in the English Premier League at Stamford Bridge
Below are the best and worst players from the game;
The Portuguese attacker had a lively and influential performance against the Toffees, he was always looking to get Graham Potter’s side on the attack with his flicks, runs and movements, he also dropped deep to receive passes on a couple of occasions, while also getting pass his markers with ease.
Scored a brilliant goal to put the West Londoners before he was taken off by the coach.
The German international had a fair performance for the Blues upfront, expertly dispatched a penalty to restore his side’s advantage.
The England international carried out his defensive duties brilliantly and also won a spot kick for the London based outfit, while also finishing the game as the player with the most completed dribbles.
The AFCON Winner had a poor day in office in the heart of defence, he was easily beaten in the air & lacked proper positioning, the second goal conceded by the Blues was majorly his fault as he was brushed aside by Ellis Simms.
It was a sloppy performance from the Ex-Monaco centre back who struggled to keep Demarai Gray at bay.
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