Chelsea vs Everton score, result, highlights as Ellis Simms first goal earns late Toffees draw

Chelsea looked as if they had their fourth straight win in all competitions behind them, but a 90th-minute goal from Ellis Simms gave the visitors a late draw at Everton.

The Toffees responded to both goals from Chelsea, who scored through Joao Felix and Kai Havertz (via penalties).

Everton’s Abdoulaye Doucoure headed a ball home on a corner kick to equalize the first time and then set up super-sub Simms, who shrugged off a Chelsea defender and leveled the score at 2-2 when the clock turned 90 minutes struck.

It’s a blow to Chelsea, who are looking to fight their way back to the top of the table and maybe even fight for a place in the top four. But the Champions League quarter-finalists are stuck in 10th place, a double-digit gap to the top four.

Meanwhile, it’s a valuable point for Everton in their relegation battle. In eight games under new coach Sean Dyche, Everton are now 3W-3W-2D and sit two points above the relegation zone with ten games to go.

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Chelsea vs Everton Final Score

1H 2H final
Chelsea 0 2 2
everton 0 2 2

CHE – Joao Felix – 53 mins.
EVE – Abdoulaye Doucoure (James Tarkowski) – 69 min.
CHE – Kai Havertz (penalty) – 76th min.
EVE – Ellis Simms (Abdoulaye Doucoure) – 90 mins


Chelsea (3-4-3): 1-Kepa (GK) – 33-Fofana, 26-Koulibaly, 4-Badiashile – 24-James, 5-Fernandez, 8-Kovacic, 21-Chilwell – 29-Havertz, 11-Felix, 10-Pulisic

Everton (4-5-1): 1-Pickford (GK) – 23-Coleman, 5-Keane, 2-Tarkowski, 22-Godfrey – 17-Iwobi, 16-Doucoure, 27-Gueye, 8-Onana, 7-McNeil – 11-Gray

Chelsea vs Everton live updates, highlights from Premier League

Final: Chelsea 2-2 Everton

95 minutes: Chance Chelsea! Kai Havertz does not head an appetizing cross from Reece James. And after two corner balls, the whistle is gone. Everton managed to pull it late.

90 minutes: Goal Everton! It’s the sub Ellis Simms who scored it. He did so well shaking off the defender and ending Kepa strong. What a time to score your first Premier League goal!

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84 minutes: SUBS. Both teams make changes.

76 minutes: Penalty Chelsea! Implemented by Kai Havertz. James Tarkowski brought down Reece James, who gets a yellow card for falling out with the Everton defender.

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That’s three goals in three games for Havertz.

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69 minutes: Goal Everton! James Tarkowski heads a corner kick, Abdoulaye Doucoure heads it over the goal line. Kai Havertz’s goal-line clearance wasn’t good enough. The ball went over the line.

62 minutes: SUB Chelsea. Conor Gallagher for Christian Pulisic.

59 minutes: Chance Everton. To a set piece that was substituted on a bookable offense by Koulibalyit’s Michael Keane with a elusive header that misses the target.

56 minutes: Invalid Chelsea goal! Nice finish from Christian Pulisic, but he was caught offside and went well past the last defender on his run from behind.

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53 minutes: Goal Chelsea! A first cross from Ben Chilwell in the box is deflected into the path of Joao Felix, who shoots through James Tarkowski’s legs and finds the back of the net.

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49 minutes: Chance Chelsea! A Ben Chilwell cross heads Kai Havertz on goal and Jordan Pickford’s save is almost deflected by Joao Felix.

46th minute: We are back. No changes on either side.

Halftime: Chelsea 0-0 Everton

half time: Chelsea are strong on the ball with solid build-up play, but they can’t get past Everton or get into trouble with goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. That’s a credit to Everton’s defense with numbers behind the ball.

Enzo Fernandez was excellent in midfield, the back three was solid, but Chelsea need more creativity and combination in attack. This game screams Mykhaylo Mudryk. Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic were clean but Chelsea need them to take the players 1v1 and break Everton’s back line.

46th minute: Three minutes of stoppage time. And Dwight McNeil concedes a free kick just outside the box and gets a yellow card for his troubles. Chelsea gets a couple of shots but Everton fend off the chances.

42 mins: Koulibaly defends! He stops Dwight McNeil by knocking the ball off his feet just outside the box, neutralizing a rare Everton attack. That Chelsea in the back three is really reassuring.

41 minutes: It looks like N’Golo Kante is warming up at halftime. The question is when will Graham Potter decide to give him a few minutes.

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34 minutes: Another sweeping attack build-up from right to left and right again where Joao Felix shoots. But it’s an easy stop for Jordan Pickford. Everton would do well to keep Chelsea ahead of them.

29 minutes: Yellow card for Everton’s Gana Gueye for a foul committed a minute or two earlier on Christian Pulisic in midfield. Good decision by the referee, although Gana Gueye doesn’t like it.

25 minutes: Joao Felix is ​​dialed into the match. Check out this classic game from Chelsea’s best player yet.

21st minute: Chance Chelsea! Nice build-up from Chelsea and the ball goes far left to Pulisic. The American crosses and Joao Felix touches the ball in the penalty area, but Everton keeper Jordan Pickford is alert and catches it before he causes problems.

11 minutes: Chance Chelsea! Another Chelsea corner and Ben Chilwell’s delivery is headed just over the target by Kai Havertz. Positive start from Chelsea.

5 minutes: Chance Chelsea! A corner kick jumps to Mateo Kovacic, who just drifts in the penalty area, but misses the goal. If that’s a goal, it’s probably a goal.

1st minute: We are away. What is interesting is that Christian Pulisic plays on the left, Kai Havertz on the right and Joao Felix starts in a central role.

60 minutes after kick-off: The starting line-up is back in Chelsea’s line-up with Christian Pulisic and Reece James, while Everton field the line-up everyone has been expecting.

75 minutes after kick-off: While we wait for the line-ups, on the eve of the game, Graham Potter has to say about the turnaround and the clash with Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

80 minutes after kick-off: Here’s video evidence from N’Golo Kante at Stamford Bridge. Let’s see how many minutes he gets.

115 minutes after kick-off: Things are looking good for Chelsea. Look who’s back in the squad for tonight’s game. But they will slowly bring him further as his last game was against Tottenham way back in August.

120 minutes after kick-off: A win or draw by Chelsea today would continue their longest home unbeaten streak against any other team in Premier League history. where were you in 1994

Lineup Chelsea vs Everton

Manager Graham Potter is still struggling with a long injury list at Chelsea Thiago Silva, Raheem SterlingAnd Cesar Azpilicueta out for this game. ReeceJames is in the starting line-up after missing the last two league games, while Christian Pulisic is making his first Premier League start since January 5 against Manchester City.

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Chelsea starting line-up (3-4-3): 1 – Kepa Arrizabalaga (GK) – 33 – Wesley Fofana, 26 – Kalidou Koulibaly, 4 – Benoit Badiashile – 24 – Reece James, 5 – Enzo Fernandez, 8 – Mateo Kovacic, 21 – Ben Chilwell – 10 – Christian Pulisic, 29 -Kai Havertz, 11-Joao Felix

Chelsea substitutions (9): 13-Marcus Bettinelli (GK), 32-Marc Cucurella, 12-Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 14-Trevoh Chalobah, 30-Carney Chukwuemeka, 7-N’Golo Kante, 23-Conor Gallagher, 15-Mykhaylo Mudryk, 31-Noni Madueke

Manager Sean Dyche has kept changes to a minimum during his six games as Everton manager and that is the case again. Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin is still off and Demarai Gray will lead the line.

Everton starting line-up (4-5-1): 1 – Jordan Pickford (GK) – 23 – Seamus Coleman, 5 – Michael Keane, 2 – James Tarkowski, 22 – Ben Godfrey – 17 – Alex Iwobi, 16 – Abdoulaye Doucoure, 27 – Idrissa Gana Gueye, 8 – Amadou Onana, 7-Dwight McNeil — 11-Demarai Gray

Everton substitutions (9): 15-Asmir Begovic (GK), 4-Mason Holgate, 19-Vitaliy Mykolenko, 13-Yerry Mina, 26-Tom Davies, 30-Conor Coady, 37-James Garner, 20-Neal Maupay, 50-Ellis Simms

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Chelsea vs Everton live stream, tv channel

Here’s how you can follow all the action of this game in some of the most important areas:

TV channel stream
USA USA Network, Universo fuboTV, Universo NOW, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
Canada fuboTV Canada
United Kingdom Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League Heaven GO
Australia Opus Sport
New Zealand Sky Sports NOW
India Star Sports Select 1 Jio TV, Hotstar VIP
Hong Kong now television
Malaysia Astro Supersport 3

AstroGO, Sooka

Singapore 221 Hub Premier 1, 222 Hub Premier 2, Hus Sports 1.2 StarHub TV+

UNITED KINGDOM: This match will be televised live in the UK on Sky Sports TV and streaming services.

UNITED STATES: This match will be broadcast on USA Network (English) and Universo (Spanish) with both shows streaming on fuboTV.

Canada: Every Premier League game this season will be streamed live exclusively via fuboTV in Canada.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every game live and on-demand on Optus Sport.

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