Everton 3-6 Chelsea Highlights

Chelsea made it three wins from three Premier League matches with victory in a superb, see-saw game against Everton.

Diego Costa and Branislav Ivanovic gave Chelsea a 2-0 lead after three minutes before Kevin Mirallas headed one back.

Seamus Coleman’s own goal restored the lead before Steven Naismith hit back again for the home side.

Nemanja Matic scored for the visitors but Samuel Eto’o’s goal against his ex-club kept Everton in it before Ramires and Costa sealed the win for Chelsea.

Watch English Prermier League match, Everton Vs Chelsea highlights here.

Venue: Goodison Park
Date: Saturday, 30 August, 2014
Kick off: 17:30 GMT.


Everton have won four of their last five Premier League home games against Chelsea. Since the 2009-10 season, only Manchester City have beaten Chelsea more during that period with five victories.

Chelsea have failed to score on four of their last six visits to Goodison Park in the league.

Last season, Chelsea’s first defeat of the campaign came at Everton when they lost 1-0 on 14 September.


Everton have only won two of their last seven Premier League games (W2, D2, L3).

They have scored in all 10 of their league matches at Goodison Park in 2014 – and they’ve found the net at least twice in each of their last seven games.

If games had ended at half-time this season, Everton would be top of the league.

Last season the only top-six team to win at Goodison Park was Manchester City.

Steven Naismith has scored or assisted a goal in his last four league matches. He also scored the winner in this fixture last season.


Chelsea have won their last four successive Premier League matches away from home.

Their only defeat in their last eight league games was a 2-1 loss to Sunderland at Stamford Bridge in April (W6, D1, L1).

The Blues have conceded just nine goals in 2014, fewer than any other ever-present Premier League side.

Striker Diego Costa has had two shots on target this season and scored with both.

Midfielder Cesc Fabregas has the most assists in the Premier League this campaign, with three so far.

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