Chelsea secured a 1-1 draw against Krasnodar on Tuesday evening at the Stamford Bridge as the Blues remain unbeaten in this season’s Champions League.
Krasnodar midfielder Remy Cabella drew the first blood for the visitors in the 24th minute after he received a nice pass from his teammate.
It took no long before Chelsea was awarded a penalty following a rough challenge from Kaio Fernando Silva and Jorginho made no mistake from the spot to convert the spot-kick for the host.
The half-time ended 1-1 as bot teams headed for rest.
The second half witnessed no goal from either side as the Russian team held the Blues to a 1-1 draw at the Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea top the Group with 14 points, while La Liga outfit Sevilla finished in the second position with Krasnodar in the third-place as they advance to the Europa League.