The Blues were hooked by Everton after leading twice (2-2).
After leading twice in the score, Chelsea conceded a late draw against the poorly ranked Everton (2-2) and missed out on a good operation in the standings on Saturday during the 28th day of the Premier League.
Long sterile, the domination of the Blues was concretized by a beautiful cross strike from Joao Félix (52nd), then a penalty from Kai Havertz (76th).
But they came across a very inspired Abdoulaye Doucouré in the midfield of the Toffees.
The French equalized at 1-1 by scoring with a header from a corner (69th) before making a very nice deflection in the race of Ellis Simms who went to deceive Kepa to offer a point to his team (2-2, 89th).
Still stuck in 10th place, with 38 points, Graham Potter’s men saw their return to form halted while Everton, 15th with 26 points, were only two steps ahead of the red zone.