Chelsea striker Tommy Baldwin scored in the 66th minute to give his team a one-all draw against Derby County in a thrilling football match at Stamford Bridge in London this afternoon (Saturday 18 September).
Chelsea Kicks off from left to right and general play in progress
LS Play from a throw-in and Derby attacking Chelsea goal
LS Derby taking corner and Roy McFarland scoring for Derby
SECOND HALF -- LS play around Derby goal
LS General play and Derby goalkeeper injured
LS Chelsea score goal from right
LS Triumphant Chelsea players
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Background: Chelsea striker Tommy Baldwin scored in the 66th minute to give his team a one-all draw against Derby County in a thrilling football match at Stamford Bridge in London this afternoon (Saturday 18 September).
In the first half, England international player Roy McFarland, the Derby captain, had sneaked almost unnoticed through the Chelsea defence to put his team ahead with a fine goal. Derby County held the one-nil lead at half-time.
The game was thrilling example of English football at its best, and the crowd was delighted with some fine attacking play from both sides.
SYNOPSIS: Derby keeping up very form against Chelsea. Chelsea, the blue-shirted side which Kicked off, and from the start, they were quickly on the attack. Number 10, Alan Hudson, showing a few touches of the form which has made him such an exciting player. Back to Harris, no doubt looking for Peter Osgood or Tommy Baldwin, the two Chelsea strikers. Chelsea by the way, had left out Chris Garland, their expensive new player from Bristol City. A chance there for Hollin Number 4, he had been scoring a lot of goals lately, but on that occasion, Boulton in the Derby goal was in no trouble. Well, that attack petered out, no trouble for Bonetti and a goal kick. But after a corner out on the right by Derby, they went into the lead. Number 5, Roy McFarland, their Captain, giving Bonetti no chance. Thirty-three minutes gone in the first half, a goal to Derby, and that was the score at half-time.
In the second half, Derby still continued to play some attractive football, but Chelsea did come more in to the match. Number 7 in possession now, Charlie Cook, did all he could to try and get the Chelsea attack going. But for much of the game it seemed that Derby were going to hold out and that Boulton, their goalkeeper was not going to be beaten. Once in a collision with Baldwin, he remained on the ground and was injured and had to have some treatment, but he recovered and went back into goal. Then after 66 minutes, Chelsea did score. A quick break down the right, Boulton on the spot and it was one-all. Osgood collects the ball, but it was Tommy Balwin who scored. The result, Chelsea one, Derby one.