Bad beat: Chelsea awarded sketchy PK in injury time

If you had backed West Brom to end Jose Mourinho's unbeaten run at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge, you were coasting to the final whistle along with the Baggies, who were up 2-1.

Until Andre Mariner got involved that is.

The match official awarded Chelsea a penalty kick with just seconds remaining after midfielder Ramires went down in the box on a seemingly clean tackle by West Brom defender Steven Reid.

Eden Hazard stepped to the spot and buried his strike to the bottom right of the goal and evened the match 2-2, where it eventually ended.

The Baggies were +1100 to win and put an end to Mourinho's 65-match unbeaten run at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea gaffer.

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Posted by rdelic13
9 months ago

thats a solid job of reading there.... stick to what you know: namely having the worst avitar @ covers.com
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Posted by JasonZyman
9 months ago

They didnt put an end to Mourinho's unbeaten run at Stamford Bridge...the game was a draw which means he's still unbeaten at home...lol
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