Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland
Yes. You just read that right.
Fresh after their surprise draw against Manchester City in the midweek, bottom of the table Sunderland pulled off this amazing win against Chelsea. Not only was it a win against a team with title hopes, but it was a win against a team who hadn’t lost at home in the league in 77 games.
The tough defeat didn’t sit well with the Chelsea players and coaches. Ramires was frustrated all game, and after Seb Larsson was nibbling on his heels during a long run, the Brazilian took a swipe at Larsson’s face, but it went unseen by the referee. However he still might face a suspension if seen by the FA:
Chelsea coach Rui Faria also went ballistic after a late penalty call that Fabio Borini, on loan from Liverpool, converted to give Sunderland the win: