3pm: Chelsea vs Everton

John Terry
Terry struck dramatically to claim a point for Chelsea. Getty Images

Full time: Chelsea 3-3 Everton

Good lord. A stunning half of the Premier League football ends with a stunning last minute equaliser from John Terry. Off-side, over time; it doesn't matter to the former England captain as he jumps into the crowd to celebrate. Everton led twice, including by two goals but Chelsea came back and deserved their equaliser. I havenow covered two successive 3-3 draws with last minute equalises. I am back with Liverpool-Manchester United and Stoke-Arsenal tomorrow, so surely the same must happen again. Until then, goodbye.


Goal: Chelsea 3-3 Everton (John Terry)

Chelsea keep up the pressure and they grab the point they probably deserve. Ivanovic and Oscar keep the ball alive as Chelsea through the ball forward one last time and Terry, looking in an offside position, flicks the ball home in the 98th minute. Incredible and controversial finish to a stunning game.


Willian shifts the ball to the right and shoots low and it goes just a foot wide. corner for the home side but Everton survive.


Not over yet at Stamford Bridge. Just the seven minutes added on.


Goal: Chelsea 2-3 Everton (Ramiro Funes Mori)

Unbelievable! And is that the winner? Gerard Delofeu's corner comes back to him, he crosses brilliantly to the back post and Funes Mori beats Lukaku to the ball and tucks past Courtois on the volley. Amazing finish.


Romelu Lukaku has been awfully quiet today on his return to his former club but he almost gets on the end of a John Stones cross, which just evades the Belgian. Now Zouma intervenes when Delofeu looks to put Lukaku through, very fortunate as the ball comes off his heel.


John Obi Mikel lashes on goalwards which flies just wide of Tim Howard's goal. Five minutes remaining and it is still all Chelsea.


Diego Costa back on for Chelsea but he is immediately down again and is immediately replaced by Loic Remy. That must surely spark Chelsea into action in this window. Pienaar and Delofeu on for Everton as Lennon and Barkley depart.


Diego Costa down and getting treatment on what looks like a knee problem. we will keep an eye on that. Some game this, but will we get a winner? The Spaniard is back on.


Amazing game this. Everton should be back in front. Besic feeds Mirallas who goes clear but Courtois makes a good low save.


Chelsea pushing to complete his comeback as we enter the final 15 minutes of this fabulous second half. Diego Costa fails to make contact from point blank range after a cross from Azpilicueta. Everton hemmed in and it you wonder how they can survive this.


Lengthy break in play as Bryan Oviedo is stretchered off after an innocuous challenge involving Kenedy, who has come on for Chelsea. Worrying sight given the Costa Rican's injury history.


Goal: Chelsea 2-2 Everton (Cesc Fabregas)

The Spanish duo combine again to deadly effect and Everton's lead is wiped out in a matter of moments. Fabregas exchanges passes with Costa, dances his way through and via a deflection shoots past the despairing Howard.


Goal: Chelsea 1-2 Everton (Diego Costa)

The Blues have knocked on the door since the second goal and now they halve the lead. Fabregas sends a booming ball to put Costa away who holds off Phil Jaielka, pokes beyond Tim Howard and puts into an empty net.


Now here come Chelsea. Fabregas flicks goalwards and Howard makes a fine fingertip save. Is this the start of the onslaught?


The result is by no means a formality at Stamford Bridge with over half an hour remaining but my goodness Everton have given themselves a great chance of causing a shock here. It's been a fine start from Roberto Martinez's men.


Goal: Cheslea 0-2 Everton (Kevin Mirallas)

They do make it too and are 22 years of hurt about to be quelled. Baines crosses again from the left and Mirallas controls the ball on the bounce and lashes it past Courtois first time. Terrific finish.


And it should be two. Chelsea lose the ball in their own half and it is fed to Barkley with Ivanovic out of position but instead of going across Courtois who goes for the near post and only strikes the up-right.


Goal: Chelsea 0-1 Everton (John Terry own goal)

Now then. Twenty two years since Everton last won at Stamford Bridge but could they end that run today? Leighton Baines cross from the left trying to find Lukaku but John Terry intervenes but can only direct the ball into his own net. Trouble for Chelsea.


Pedro fortunate to be on the first the second half but he helps create an early opening a cross from the left but Everton hack the ball clear. Onus on the hosts to swell the pressure on the Toffees goal.


Back out for the second half at Stamford Bridge and no changes as the game restarts. It can't lack the absence of entertaining of the first half can it?


Half time: Chelsea 0-0 Everton

Not exactly a thriller to warm you through at Stamford Bridge. Chances have been few and far between with both back fours on top. The half-time whistle was met with a chorus of boos from the home fans, who you fancy still want as Champions League place out of this dreadful campaign. At the moment, they're going to lose more ground.


Probably the first meaningful effort from Everton sees Kevin Mirallas force Thibaut Courtois into a fine low save. Three minutes until the break, and it cannot come soon enough.


With five goals at White Hart Lane and at least one goal in each of our other 3pm kick-offs, it is fair to say the game at Stamford Bridge sticks out like a sore thumb this afternoon. Not a classic this one, with both defences on top. Kurt Zouma has been superb up against Romelu Lukaku.