Chelsea rallied to beat Everton 2-1 and record a fourth straight win in English soccer’s Premier League that lifts the Blues into third spot.
Frank Lampard got both Chelsea’s goals at Goodison Park after Steven Pienaar had given Everton an early lead.
Chelsea moves to 38 points, four behind second-place Manchester City. Manchester United tops the standings on 49 points. Chelsea has played one less game than the top two.
Everton remains in sixth. It has 33 points, along with Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion.
In today’s other game, last-place Queens Park Rangers hosts Liverpool.