Everton maintain good run under Sam Allardyce by holding champions Chelsea

Posted December 24, 2017

Another step forward for Everton under Sam Allardyce, another afternoon of torment for Chelsea and Antonio Conte.

Everton have seen an upturn in form since Allardyce took charge towards the end of last month and will be looking to keep their momentum going when they host Chelsea at Goodison Park on Saturday.

It marked a sixth game unbeaten for Everton under the former England boss, but Chelsea's failure to convert possession (66 per cent) into goals will not have pleased their manager. I think it is unfair result.

"We must pay great attention because I think Wayne Rooney is a player who, when he plays, plays with his soul".

Chelsea had to settle for a point despite dominating the game at Goodison Park. "The quality of the ball was disappointing today, but the effort was top class and we are well satisfied with a point".

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Gueye had been on every of Everton's 19 starting lineup in the Premier League this season and leaving the pitch against the Blues was his fourth time.

The same story says that Conte is keen to add further depth to his Chelsea squad in the coming weeks as he looks for his side to claw their way back into the Premier League title race.

Allardyce also played down speculation linking Everton with a January swoop for Ivory Coast global Lamine Kone, who he worked with while at Sunderland.

"I am delighted with the players' attitude and application to defending to stifle a side like this", he said, as reported by Sky Sports. We had a bit of fortune but got a well-deserved point.