Sean Dyche's Everton came from behind twice to earn a 2-2 draw against Graham Potter's Chelsea.
The Blues dominated the first half without finding a breakthrough. It was Joao Felix that eventually broke the deadlock early in the second half when he latched onto Keane's poor deflection and rolled his low shot in off the inside of the post.
Doucoure's equaliser was given by goal-line technology after Havertz cleared it out of the goal, and the German restored Chelsea's lead from the spot after James was fouled by Tarkowski.
Simms then came off the bench to net his first goal for Everton, picking out the bottom corner late on.
That point moves Everton back up into 15th, two points clear of the drop zone. They host Tottenham next time out after the international break.
Chelsea move back above Aston Villa into 10th with that point as they couldn't continue their winning run. It's Villa that they face next in two weeks' time.
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