FA CUP FOURTH ROUND: Chelsea scramble to draw at Everton
The replay of the 2009 FA Cup final ended with Everton and Chelsea sharing the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park. Chelsea have now only suffered one defeat in 26 FA Cup ties since January 2007 and are looking to become the first club to win three successive FA Cups, since Blackburn in 1884, 1885 and 1886.
They had to come from behind at Everton to take the Merseysiders to a replay at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues will be relieved with the draw as Everton dominated the second half but failed to take their chances and boss David Moyes will surely think this failure to win at home was their best chance to progress.
The Toffees deservedly took the lead just after the hour when Louis Saha lost his marker John Terry at a corner to bury a header.
Referee: Howard Webb
Venue: Goodison Park Attendance: 28,376
EVERTON 24 Howard 03 Baines 05 Heitinga 15 Distin 18 Neville 23 Coleman 07 Bilyaletdinov 10 Arteta 25 Fellaini 26 Rodwell (Beckford 86) 08 Saha
Substitutes 01 Mucha, 02 Hibbert, 06 Jagielka, 21 Osman, 16 Beckford, 19 Magaye Gueye, 37 Baxter
CHELSEA 01 Cech 02 Ivanovic 03 A Cole 17 Bosingwa 26 Terry 05 Essien 07 Ramires 08 Lampard (Mikel 85) 15 Malouda (Kalou 70) 11 Drogba 39 Anelka
Substitutes 40 Hilario, 19 Ferreira, 43 Bruma, 12 Mikel, 46 McEachran, 55 Sala, 21 Kalou
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