Ramires dirty dive in 94th minute wins Chelsea penalty v West Brom to maintain Mourinho’s incredible home record
With Chelsea 2-1 down in stoppage time, it seemed Jose Mourinho’s incredible unbeaten record at Stamford Bridge was about to come to end.
West Brom seemingly about to pull off another shock win, Ramires ran into their penalty area deep in stoppage time.
The Brazilian midfielder went down despite barely being touched by West Brom’s Steven Reid.
Somehow the referee, Andre Marriner, bought it and awarded Chelsea the penalty which Eden Hazard dutifully despatched.
Following the lucky 2-2 draw, Mourinho’s record at Stamford Bridge stands like this: P66, W51, D15, L0
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