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It was a day that he will cherish for the rest of his career. Why? Because Frank Lampard not only equaled Bobby Tambling's all-time goalscoring record at Chelsea. He broke it with a last-gasp winner.
Christian Benteke's sending off gave Chelsea a lifeline after Ramires' earlier dismissal, and after receiving the ball from Eden Hazard, Lampard moved inside and unleashed a trademark piledriver into the far corner.
That was his 202nd goal as a Chelsea player, but if anything, his 203rd was even more special.
With the game heading towards a stalemate, Chelsea needed a win to all but guarantee Champions League football, Hazard played a lovely one-two with Ashley Cole. The Belgian played a great ball in to the onrushing Lampard who smashed home from six yards.
Emotions ran high and it was clear just how much the goal meant to Lampard, who dedicated the goal to his late mother Pat by pointing to the sky.
An incredible performance from the midfield veteran, but what would be more incredible is if Chelsea opt not to give him a new deal after this stunning show.
Rating: 9.0/10 (Man of the Match)