Chelsea missed out on Everton’s 1-1 draw in the Premier League. 

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Chelsea missed out on Everton’s 1-1 draw in the Premier League last Thursday night.

At Stamford Bridge, it’s the way the Blue Lions go. The front of the attack broke from the beginning of the game. In the 6th minute, Jorginho passed the ball to Reece James to chop the trigger out of the box. Then it was Mason Mount’s chance to shoot but still fell behind.

Chelsea went on to hope to get the lead in the 37th minute as Antonio Rudiger returned the ball to Mason Mount and saved Jordan Pickford.

Everton have chances too. By this time, Ben Godfrey tried to pull the trigger. But the ball went into Eduard Mendy’s hand, and then it was the host’s turn again when the way blue toffee Intercepted the ball into Cesar Azpilicueta. shoot across the crossbar

The second half didn’t last long, and Chelsea missed a chance when Mason Mount’s long shot deflected, but Jordan Pickford narrowly turned away.

The game went on for the 70th minute when the hosts were able to score the net when Reece James passed the ball for Mason Mount to pull the trigger past Jordan Pickford, not missing 1-0. 

Still, Everton equalized in the 73rd minute from a free-kick from the left, Anthony Gordon threw in Jarrad Brandhwaite to charge the ball 1-1.

Chelsea strikes again This time, a corner kick was taken, Ross Barkley crossed into the head, Thiago Silva headed for a full but not past the hand, Jordan Pickford threw off just in time.

The game ended 1-1, so Chelsea are now 4 points behind leaders Manchester City, while Everton are 14 with 19 points.