Though Chelsea clearly dominated the game from start to finish, they have themselves to blame for not converting any of the numerous chances they created
Victor Moses was back in the Chelsea starting line up on Saturday but his presence could not inspire the Blues to victory as they were held to a goalless draw by Everton at the Goodison Park in the day’s early kickoff in the Premier League.
Though Chelsea clearly dominated the game from start to finish, they have themselves to blame for not converting any of the numerous chances they created; hence they had to shared the spoils with Everton at Goodison Park.
The Blues had a few efforts saved off the line and Everton keeper Jordan Pickford also produced two big saves on a day the Toffees had no shot on target.
The solitary point for the third-placed Blues leaves them two adrift of Manchester United, who have a game in hand to play this evening, while Everton remains unbeaten since Sam Allardyce took charge last month.
In all, Chelsea had 25 goal attempts, with 11 players having a shot.