It was an action-packed Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge, MySportDab reports.
The rollercoaster clash saw both sides score with ease and settle for a dramatic 4-4 draw.
Manchester City first got off the mark converting a spotkick take the lead in the 25th minute but the lead was shortlived as Chelsea fought back and responded immediately with an equaliser thanks to Thiago Silva’s powerful header from a cornerkick.
Before the interval, the two sides took their attacking flair to another level adding a goal each to the scoreline in 9 minutes.
Raheem Sterling netted the third goal of the game in the 37th when he latched on Reece James’ cross to fire Chelsea into the lead.
Again, Manuel Akanji cancelled the lead in the 45+1 minutes with the first half ending in a draw.
Manchester City started the second half a better side and were able to return to the lead just two minutes into the second half with Erling Haaland’s goal.
Again, Chelsea fought back to equalise with Nicolas Jackson scoring in the 67th minute to make it 3-3.
Manchester City made good their attempt to return to the lead again in the 86th minute with Rodri on the scoresheet for the Premier League champions.
While City closed in on a dramatic win over the Blues, they were dealt a blow in stoppage-time as they concede a penalty.
Cole Palmer stepped up and converted the spotkick to nail home the equaliser and the final goal of the game.
The match ended with both sides sharing spoils in a dramatic 8-goal thriller draw.