Cole Palmer netted a stoppage-time penalty against his former club Manchester City to rescue a point for Chelsea in a pulsating, eight-goal Premier League classic at Stamford Bridge.
Palmer, who swapped his boyhood club for Chelsea in the summer, held his nerve to beat Ederson as Mauricio Pochettino’s side came from behind for a third time in a breathless game.
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Manchester City had appeared on course to move three points clear after Rodri’s deflected strike put them 4-3 up in the 86th minute, but Palmer’s penalty, awarded after Ruben Dias had fouled substitute Armando Broja, provided one final twist.