Chelsea FC showed great character to get back into the game after Everton shot into a 2-0 lead in the second half. This comeback was sparked off by none other than striker Diego Costa.
The Blues had to come back twice — the first time from 2-0 down, and the second one after Everton substitute Funes Mori handed his side a late lead, which was cancelled out by Chelsea FC captain John Terry, who had earlier scored an own goal.
However, it was Diego Costa who got the Chelsea FC comeback going, as he latched onto a long ball from Cesc Fabregas and managed to go past everyone (including a rushing Tim Howard), to find an empty goal waiting for him to score. Here’s a video of the goal.
— Football Mumble (@FootballMumble) January 16, 2016
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