Football Soccer - Chelsea v Everton - Barclays Premier League - Stamford Bridge - 16/1/16
John Terry celebrates scoring the third goal for Chelsea
Reuters / Stefan Wermuth
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Chelsea captain John Terry went from zero to hero, scoring an own goal and also grabbing a 98th-minute equalizer that was clearly offside in an extraordinary 3-3 Premier League draw with Everton on Saturday.Manager Guus Hiddink's unbeaten Chelsea record survived after an amazing six-goal second half that saw his side fall two goals behind, fight back to 2-2 and then seemingly throw away the points with poor defending when Everton sub Ramiro Funes Mori netted in the 90th minute.Two goals in two minutes from Diego Costa, who capitalised on a Phil Jagielka mistake, and Cesc Fabregas, with a deflected shot, squared the match before Funes Mori latched on to Gerard Deulofeu's cross amid shambolic Chelsea defending.
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