The Chelsea football club steamrolled Everton when the two teams met back in August, during the early weeks of 2014 2015 Premier League play. The fixture was a home game for Everton, but the Blues dominated, ultimately winning 6-3. With that outcome still in recent memory, most football experts expected the wearers of the Chelsea FC kit to snatch an easy victory when they played Everton once more on February 11th, this time in front of their own home crowds. But even with the stands of Stamford Bridge packed with fans wearing the football club's blue home shirt, the game ended up being much closer than anyone had expected.
For 88 minutes of play, it looked as if the second 2014 2015 meeting of the Blues and the Toffees was going to end as a scoreless draw. Luckily for home fans at Stamford Bridge, a last minute goal won the game for Chelsea FC. Celebrate the hard-fought triumph by visiting Soccer Box today! We still have stock available for both the Chelsea home shirt 2014 2015 and the bright yellow away shirt, but act fast! It looks like the Blues are the frontrunners to take this year's Premier League title, which means these football kit items will inevitably sell out.
When the Blues played the Toffees earlier this season, Chelsea was already looking unstoppable. The team had ascended to the apex of the league standings table with a week-one victory over Burnley and had only extended the lead in week two, with a home win over Leicester City.
The match against Everton brought Chelsea FC an even bigger triumph. After all, the Toffees finished the 2013 2014 Premier League in fifth place, and were the first "high-profile" soccer team that the Blues played this season. Plus, it was a win at an away game-something that always brings about a confidence boost for the winning side.
Bookended with goals by Diego Costa (Chelsea's best-in-show for the 2014 2015 season) and also seeing successful attacks by Ivanovic, Matic, and Ramires, that match was a one for the players in the Chelsea FC kit. Sure, the Toffees broke through the Chelsea defense three times, but their defender Seamus Coleman also scored an own goal that widened the margin of victory for the away side.
The Second Match
The second 2014 2015 meeting of the two teams could hardly have been more different. Instead of starting off a goal from Diego Costa at the one-minute mark, the match was played out almost entirely between the teams' respective defensive sides.
Fans in the Chelsea home shirt 2014 2015 weren't treated to a goal in the first half of the fixture, or even in the first three-quarters. In fact, with only 10 minutes remaining, the score of the game was still deadlocked at zero. It looked as if the contest was headed toward a draw.
A draw wouldn't have hurt Chelsea much after all, the team is at the top of the 2014 2015 Premier League table, and no other soccer club is even particularly close. Manchester City was jockeying for the lead around New Year's, but has since fallen back a bit.
Still, it was clear in the final moments of the fixture that the Blues were not okay with a draw-especially against a team they beat handily during the first half of the season. At the 89-minute mark, with virtually no time remaining, Brazilian midfielder Willian Da Silva did the Chelsea FC kit proud by breaking the scoreless streak. It was enough to win the fixture.
Needless to say, soccer fans in the Chelsea home shirt 2014 2015 were ecstatic, not just because the win pushes their club further into the lead for this year's Premier League title, but also because this game really came down to the wire. For the home supporters at Stamford Bridge, it was the epitome of an exciting and satisfying result.
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