Chelsea manager Avram Grant was disappointed that his side had failed to take all three points from a 1-1 draw with Everton at Stamford Bridge.
Didier Drogba's header looked to have sealed victory for the Blues, before Tim Cahill fired home a superb overhead kick in the final minute.
Grant said afterwards: "We played well and created a lot of chances, the other team didn't create chances. They had one chance and scored, we scored one goal from many chances.
"I am happy with the football, but not with the result. The most important thing is that we continued to play good football.
"One month ago, the goalkeeper and the back four were different players. We showed we have a good squad and good players. I am happy, apart from the result.
"We lost two points. It is disappointing. We want to win every game and play good football.
"But you can dominate and create chances and the other team can score from nowhere."