KAI HAVERTZ left Chelsea boss Graham Potter disappointed with his goal celebration, after slotting a penalty past Jordan Pickford.
The German forward, 23, was spotted mocking the England keeper after cooly scoring from 12-yards.
And as soon as the ball hit the back of the net, Havertz wheeled away – cupping his hands to his ears in front of Pickford, while sticking out his tongue.
After the game, Potter revealed he was unhappy with his player’s reaction after opening the scoring.
“When players score, they have something like an out-of-body experience,” Potter said.
“I didn’t score many myself so I wouldn’t know. You should enjoy the celebration, I don’t think you need to involve the opponent.
“That would be my perspective.”
Potter would have been equally frustrated with his team’s performance at Stamford Bridge.
Havertz’ spot-kick looked to have won all three points for the Blues – with just 14 minutes left on the clock.
However, a combination of poor defending and goalkeeping led to Everton’s last-minute equaliser.
Ellis Sims, 22, scored his first goal for the Toffees to earn the visitors a precious point in their battle to avoid the drop.
The draw means that Chelsea’s slim hopes of a top-four finish are all but over.
Potter revealed he was unhappy with how his side dropped deep in the later stages of the game.
Asked if that was under his orders, he said: “‘No, it wasn’t conscious.
“As I said, Everton used their strengths well. They’ve got physicality and used (Abdoulaye) Doucourse and (Andre) Onana to win long balls, second balls, throw-ins, set-pieces, and to create danger.
“Teams have always done that well under Sean (Dyche). It’s not easy to control it as well as you’d like.
“We lost a little bit of control for a short period of time and when we did, we conceded. That’s the frustrating bit.”
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