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Stamford Bridge (ATT 41,623) 9th November 2013 - Kick off 15:00 Ref: Scott Mathieson

Chelsea Chelsea vs West Bromwich Albion West Brom

Chelsea 2

S Eto'o (45)
E Hazard (pen 90+6)

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West Brom 2

S Long (60)
S Sessegnon (68)

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  1. The final whistle goes but the complaints continue as West Brom ask the referee to explain why he awarded that penalty. It is too late to make a difference now, of course, as Chelsea have survived a huge scare to draw 2-2 after a thrilling game at Stamford Bridge.

  2. 90+6

    Tempers nearly boil over as Ivanovic is booked. Ridgewell had also received a yellow card before the penalty was taken for something he said to the referee.

  3. GOAL! Hazard steps up and is the calmest man in the ground as he sends Myhill the wrong way to coolly equalise for Chelsea.

  4. 90+4

    PENALTY! Referee Marriner points to the spot as Ramires takes a tumble under pressure from Reid. It is a huge call and West Brom are furious as it did not look like there was much in that challenge to warrant a spot-kick.

  5. 90+3

    It is desperate stuff from Chelsea as Mata launches in a cross from the left, but McAuley and Olsson have been excellent in the air at the back for West Brom.

  6. 90+2

    West Brom have three on two as they have a chance to break, but Brunt fails to kill the game off as he blazes over from 20 yards instead of opting to pass.

  7. 90

    West Brom have everybody back as four minutes of stoppage time are signalled, with McAuley heading another corner clear.

  8. 89

    The Chelsea onslaught continues as Terry's shot from the edge of the area takes a deflection off Mulumbu and goes out for a corner.

  9. 88

    Clarke shuffles his pack for a third and final time as Popov replaces Amalfitano, meaning West Brom will have five at the back for the closing stages.

  10. 87

    Cahill finds himself in an advanced position and beats Ridgewell to get in a low cross, which Eto'o misses with an attempted flick as another good opportunity is spurned.

  11. 85

    Mata has looked lively since coming on and caused some problems with a couple of delightful dinked passes, but time is running out for Chelsea.

  12. 84

    Willian sends in a poor cross from the right which is booted away by Ridgewell and when he gets a second chance to deliver the ball into the centre it is too deep and runs away for a goal-kick.

  13. 82

    Amalfitano is booked following a foul on Ramires out wide on the left, but West Brom defend well from the set-piece as McAuley thumps a header clear.

  14. 80

    West Brom's second change sees Morrison come on for Sessegnon to shore things up for the final ten minutes.

  15. 79

    A glorious chance goes begging for Chelsea as Wiian gets in front of Ridgewell to connect with Hazard's left-wing cross, but he cannot hit the target with a disappointing header.

  16. 78

    Clarke makes his first change of the afternoon as Anichebe comes on for Long, who has worked tirelessly up front for West Brom.

  17. 76

    Myhill makes a wonderful save from Ivanovic in a goalmouth scramble and West Brom manage to get it away for a corner, but Chelsea will not go down without a fight.

  18. 74

    Hazard picks up a knock following a clash of knees with Amalfitano and requires treatment. Chelsea need him to carry on after making all their substitutions and he gingerly returns to his feet.

  19. 72

    Mourinho makes a double change as Mata and Mikel come on for Azpilicueta and Oscar in a bid to turn this game around for Chelsea.

  20. 70

    Chelsea again try to respond in what has become an incredibly open game, with Hazard posing problems but West Brom looking menacing on the break.

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