Sunday, October 23, 2005

Blue on Blue

Despite Frank Lampard's goal in the second half to equalize Everton's first-half penalty, Chelsea could score no more, and thus drew 1-1 with bottom-of-the-table Everton. This blemishes their perfect start to the season (though they still haven't suffered a defeat), and it's a bitter pill for Chelsea supremo Jose Mourinho to swallow:

Jose Mourinho refused to accept Chelsea had not taken all three points.

Chelsea were denied a seemingly legitimate goal, which would have put them 2-1 ahead, when Didier Drogba was wrongly ruled to be offside and the Blues boss was adamant the strike should have stood.

He told Sky Sports: "We didn't win? We scored two goals - two beautiful goals.

"We dominated the game - we scored two goals - normally it is a victory. So my answers are a bit difficult."


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