FT: Chelsea 1-1 Everton (English Premier League) 2021-22 | HIGHLIGHTS

Chelsea was held to a 1-1 draw against Everton despite Mason Mount scoring in the second half of the encounter which saw the Blues concede from an error, MySportPlug reporting.

It was yet another disappointing game in which luck didn’t count for the home side who narrowly escaped drawing their last encounter which was against Leeds United at Stamford Bridge.

Thomas Tuchel was hit with another headache as more players were ruled out before kickoff due to testing positive for Coronavirus which forced them to go in another direction which failed to work out.

Chelsea Vs Everton


The game Started well was good in the first half from both teams as the home was where the team fired from all cylinders as they looked the better between two Premier League clubs.

Eve was were clinical in their defending despite them being pressured so much as the match progressed with so much happening at Stamford Bridge which Both teams fielded a side missing key players.

The opportunities kept on coming for Chelsea who dominated things, but the only problem was their finishing which looked poor despite everything they did going forward in the encounter.

Things progressed without anything happening from both ends as so much more was going all in the way of the Blues who continued controlling things but still couldn’t find the breakthrough going forward.

It was a first-half half ending without anything good as they both headed inside for the break with Chelsea and Everton playing a goalless draw after 45 minutes of football.

The second half kicked off with Thomas Tuchel and his players picking up from where they left in the first 45 minutes which was all about them doing all the job going forward.

Chelsea pushed forward with so much tenacity looking for different ways to make it count, but nothing looked to be working out for them despite everything being done perfectly.

Everton finally conceded In the 70th minute of the second half which saw Mason Mount scoring a stunner with the assistance coming through from Reece James to make the scoreline 1-0.

The Toffees wasted no time in coming back into the match in the 74th minute of the encounter after poor defending saw Branthwaite benefitting by making things 1-1 going forward.

It was looking very bad for the Blues who could have killed off the game from their misplaced chances which they have to pay for against a side who was missing many many key players in the encounter.

The match didn’t provide anything much as it ended with Chelsea being held to a 1-1 draw against Everton as they blew away another two points keeping them four away from Manchester City on top the table.


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