3 Things We Learned From Chelsea’s 3-3 Draw Against Everton: Where Was This Costa?

Chelsea and Everton played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with all the goals coming in the second half at Stamford Bridge. Everton had earlier raced to a two goal lead, one goal coming from Kevin Mirallas while John Terry scored into his own net.

Chelsea then came back with a bang, first it was Diego Costa who was played in by Cesc Fabregas and then it was the Chelsea midfielder who levelled scores thanks to a deflected strike. Chelsea were then on a rampage to get a win at home, their first under Guus Hiddink but Everton struck in the 90th minute thanks to Funes Mori.

It seemed that Chelsea were heading for a 10th loss in the league but John Terry scored a clever flick on in the 97th minute though replays suggested he was a yard offside. Everton will feel hard done by the decision but they should have sealed the game when they were 2-0 ahead.

We look back at another incredible Premier League game and share the three things we learned from this game.

Nemanja Matic is going the Ivanovic way

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First it was Branislav Ivanovic with his form going down the drain now it seems to have affected Nemanja Matic. The other Serbian in Chelsea was one of the worst performers against Everton and he was overrun by the Toffee’s midfield.

Matic continued his rather poor form and this will lead to many contemplating his future at the club. While most of the other players are playing better under Hiddink, Matic has not improved and if it continues in this manner for Matic, he could be off in this or the next transfer window.

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Written by Saiyed Adeem Karim

Ditching a corporate job to follow a dream isn’t easy, but when football comes calling, who can say no? Been following the beautiful game since 1998. FIFA addict, F1 fanatic.
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