Chelsea twice surrendered a lead as they were held to a 2-2 draw against Everton on Saturday, ending their winning run under Graham Potter with a result that deals their slim hopes of European qualification for next season another blow.
Joao Felix was the star of the show for the Blues, as the 23-year-old did well to link up with his team-mates and was rewarded with a fine goal in the second half, before Kai Havertz converted a penalty to score for the third successive game after Abdoulaye Doucoure had equalised.
Ellis Simms, though, was on hand to pull the relegation-threatened Toffees level in the 89th minute and leave Chelsea languishing in 10th position.
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