Blues and Toffees Tangle in a 3-3 Thriller

Published on 19-Jan-2016 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Review

OH wow

The groundskeepers probably had to hose down the nets after this one.

Still, after the smoke had cleared, only two points were divvied up.

For all the fireworks on display at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea and Everton wound up even at 3-3.

The fallen champions' powers of recovery may still be there, but with Everton probably in its finest form of the campaign, Chelsea worked wonders to emerge with their point.

Captain John Terry gave the Toffees a gift when he tucked one into his own net:

Everton didn't need any hospitality for their second, as Kevin Mirallas was well capable of getting the job done.

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Give him the Puskás Award already.

Guus Hiddink has transformed the beast, Diego Costa, back into a beast:

When the beast hunts, he usually gets his prey.

Cesc Fàbregas is a playmaker to the extent that he coaxed the Everton defense to tuck one in for him, too:

The Toffees thought they'd sealed the deal when Ramiro Funes Mori scored in the 90th minute:

But the Chelsea captain still had amends to make, and time added on seemed like a decent occasion for it:

Offside, perhaps, but who cares when it’s John Terry?

Besides Everton, of course.

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