Sheffield United earned a fantastic point in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, as they drew 2-2 with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

After​ a largely uneventful opening to the game, Chelsea opened the scoring with their first chance of the game through Tammy Abraham. His initial header was saved by Dean Henderson, but as the Blades goalkeeper spilled the ball Abraham pounced on the rebound and fired home.

Abraham made it two for the Blues two minutes before half time, once again taking advantage of some poor defending. Some bad communication saw John Egan and Jack O'Connell both attempt to head the ball, and it was put on a plate for Abraham who swept it home for 2-0.
With not even a minute on the clock of the second half, Sheffield United got themselves back into the game thanks to Callum Robinson. Enda Stevens perfectly pulled it back for a free Robinson, who smashed the ball past Kepa Arrizabalga to give the Blades a glimmer of hope.

Sheffield United were on top in the second half, as they fought for an equaliser and a huge point. They deservedly levelled it up with one minute to play, as Robinson's cross was guided into Arrizabalaga's net by Kurt Zouma, as the Blades earned a huge point at the Bridge.