Robbie Brady of Burnley stopped Chelsea from getting full 3 points to move to 12 points when he scored a free-kick to earn his team a 1-1 draw on Sunday at the Premier League summit.
Bobbie who issued a curling styled free-kick from 20-yard free-kick zone over the opponent wall and into the top-left corner of the pole; which canceled an early minute goal by Pedro of Chelsea.
Brady’s goal continued his recent run of success against Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, with the winger having also scored the winning goal for Ireland against Conte’s Italy in the Euro 2016 group stage.
Burnley, whose home record is bettered only by second-place Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea themselves, looked like they might be swept away following an electrifying start from the league leaders.
Sean Dyche’s team, who had won seven straight games at Turf Moor after losing to Manchester City in mid-November, showed great resilience and deservedly equalized after 24 minutes through Brady.
A foul by Nemanja Matic on Joey Barton on the edge of the area presented Brady, a club-record £13 million ($16.2 million, 15.3 million euros) signing from Norwich City last month, with his chance.
The Spanish winger helped begin the attack deep in his own half with a pass to Eden Hazard who, in turn, gave Victor Moses on the right. For the final victory earned by Burnley, a Chelsea player almost top the score line when Luiz challenged and prevented him.