Chelsea football club battled it out against Sean Dyche’s Everton at Stamford Bridge. The Blues dominated the first half despite the Toffee’s series of aerial threats....CONTINUE READING
The second half kicked off and Joao Felix was able to give Chelsea the lead. Everton bounced back in the game through Doucoure, but Kai Havertz’s penalty kick sent the Blues to 9th position in the league table.
Immediately after Chelsea took the lead, Graham Potter decides to remove Pulisic for Callagher. The substitution means that the Chelsea boss wants to defend and choke the midfield for the remainder of the game.
The substitution backfired and Everton was able to see the chance to push forward for an equalizer. Sean Dyche’s substitute paid back the favor by grabbing a crucial point for the Toffee late in the game.
After the game, Chelsea fans have taken to social media to react to the manager’s tactical approach to games as well as his poor substitutions in the game.