Ellis Simms scores the first Toffees goal: Ellis Simms’ late goal gave Everton a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge, stopping Chelsea’s momentum going into the interval.
Graham Potter is no longer under as much pressure, and with a Champions League quarterfinal scheduled for next month, the Premier League will not be Graham Potter’s first concern for the remainder of the year.
Chelsea vs Everton All Goals
Ellis Simms scores the first Toffees goal
- GOAL! Havertz keeps his nerve with a penalty
- GOAL! Doucoure gets Everton back on terms
- GOAL! Felix gives Chelsea deserved lead
Nonetheless, this outcome will be disappointing because Chelsea was only a few minutes away from winning four straight games.
While Abdoulaye Doucoure tied the score for the Toffees after Joao Felix gave Chelsea the lead in the second half, Kai Havertz quickly regained the advantage from the penalty spot as he continued his current goal-scoring success.
Simms, though, outlasted Kalidou Koulibaly in the 89th minute and delivered the finish to give Everton an important point that moves them up to 15th in the standings.