By Ogbolu George
It wasn’t smooth sailing for Chelsea at Turf Moor, as Burnley fought back from a goal down to secure a draw and climb one place up to 12th position.
League leaders Chelsea had taken the lead in the 7th minute after good work from Victor Moses to set up Pedro to score the opener.
However, Burnley responded in a timely and absolutely outstanding fashion with a stunning free-kick from Robbie Brady in the 24th minute.
Chelsea poured forward looking to regain the lead but they couldn’t find a way past Burnley’s water-tight defence.
Burnley had chances to win the game, with Matt Lowton and Andre Gray missing fine opportunities.
Despite the result, Chelsea still remain 10 points clear of their closest rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in the pursuit for the league title.