Didier Drogba scored a lot of wonderful goals during his time in Chelsea and the legend’s brilliant long-range volley that clinched the three points for Chelsea after a thriller at Goodison Park on December 17 2006, is one we’d never forget in a hurry.
As we’d be away at Goodison Park on Sunday, we couldn’t help but look back at that game Chelsea won 3-2 courtesy of a late Drogba solo goal.
Mikel Arteta’s first-half penalty put Everton ahead after Khalid Boulahrouz hauled down the ever-threatening Victor Anichebe.
Chelsea levelled when Michael Ballack’s free-kick hit the post and deflected in off the back of the diving Tim Howard.
Joseph Yobo headed Everton in front before Frank Lampard’s looping equaliser and then Drogba’s unbelievable volley secured a late winner.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) April 29, 2017