Chelsea and Burnley are currently playing out a humdinger at Stamford Bridge.
With a little over half an hour gone in the game, the score is tied at 2-2.
Irish international Jeff Hendrick opened the scoring for Burnley after eight minutes with an absolute belter of a strike fit to grace any football game.
It didn't last long, but Hendrick fired Burnley ahead with a great strike at Stamford Bridge…
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 22, 2019
Unfortunately, Hendrick’s goal was ruled out pretty quickly as Chelsea equalised through N’Golo Kante in the 12th minute before Argentinian striker, Gonzalo Higuain put the Londoners into the driving seat two minutes later.
All is not lost for Burnley though as Ashley Barnes equalised for Sean Dyche’s side on 24 minutes.
Four goals in such a short space of time is some going but it will take a lot in the remaining hour of play to rival Jeff Hendrick’s wonder strike.
Chelsea are currently fourth in the Premier League table tied on points with Tottenham Hotspur and with rivals, Arsenal and Manchester United hot on their heels they need a win today to keep them within arms reach.
Burnley currently occupies 15th spot in the table and have already surpassed the magical 40-point mark and are officially safe, so while they may not be playing for anything specific you know they would love nothing more than to get the job done at Stamford Bridge today.