Chelsea missed a massive opportunity to go 12 points clear at the top of the Premier League after dropping points against Burnley in an exciting 1-1 draw.

The Blues were put into early lead by Pedro as the Spanish winger scored from a counter attack after just seven minutes from the start. However, Burnley’s Robbie Brady’s stunning free-kick evened things up at Turf Moor.

The Sean Dyche’s men put in a hard shift and played relentlessly to break down a resilient Chelsea defense, one of the best in the entire Europe as they’ve let in just 18 goals so far this season.

A point in the crunch game means Chelsea is currently at 60 points and 10 points adrift off second placed Tottenham Hotspur, who have 50 points after 25 games. However, a win for Manchester City on Monday would ensure that Citizens reduce the gap to eight points which could make the league exciting in the coming weeks, especially considering the number of tough games ahead for Chelsea.

Here we look at how the twitter reacted after Chelsea’s 1-1 draw against Burnley.


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