André Villas-Boas' persistence in starting José Bosingwa is generally always a factor when Chelsea drop points.
Bosingwa is constantly in la la land when it comes to defending.
He has the mentality of a forward playing at right-back.
Why does he have an innate knack of switching off at the most important moments?
Steven Pienaar just got straight in front of him and it's 1-0 to Everton.
In the 51st minute with Pienaar veering away from goals, the Portuguese "defender" needlessly hacked the South African.
Granted, the proceeding Leighton Baines free kick hit the wall, but it's low football IQ from Bosingwa to give a set piece specialist like Baines a chance.
Nine minutes later, Pienaar embarrassed Bosingwa in samba-like fashion.
Villas-Boas has Branislav Ivanović, who is a solid right-back, yet he plays Bosingwa.