Everton came back twice from behind to secure a draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, with Ellis Simms scoring his first goal for the club.
Simms’ stunning late equalizer dashed Chelsea‘s hopes of a fourth consecutive victory and demonstrated Everton’s resilience under Sean Dyche’s leadership. Joao Felix gave Chelsea the lead seven minutes after the start of the second half, but Everton was brought back into the game when Abdoulaye Doucoure scored the equalizer after 69 minutes.
Kai Havertz then put Chelsea back ahead with a penalty, only for Simms to score the equalizer in the dying minutes of the match. Sean Dyche praised Simms’ performance, stating that the 22-year-old had shown power, pace and strength, and had earned his spurs with the team.
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