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Chelsea broke Everton hearts by scoring deep into injury time, with keeper Tim Howard, Blues midfielder Frank Lampard and Terry all certain to be under scrutiny from the dubious goals committee tomorrow.
The Mexican still might not be credited with the hat-trick he was claiming g by the time the dubious goals committee look at the second of his three strikes.
His goal-bound effort took a sizeable deflection off Philippe Senderos before looping over Fulham keeper David Stockdale, but woe betide the dubious goals committee if they try to take it off Giggs
CAMERON Jerome's good fortune in benefitting from a dubious decision by the Dubious Goals Committee has also earned him a little landmark.
Lee Naylor 6 The full-back's goal took a wicked deflection off David Weir but the certainty is the Englishman will claim it as his own and see no need for the Dubious Goals Committee.
Bruce enthused: "It's 13 Premier League goals for him now, and it really should have been 14 because the one that was taken off him (in the 5-2 home win over Wolves, which was credited as an own-goal) by the Dubious Goals Committee was a joke.
Leon Osman has expressed his disappointment after having had two goals chalked off by the FA's dubious goals committee.
Hernandez walked off clutching the match ball and claimed all three goals, but he will now have to wait for the dubious goals committee to rule and most likely they will attribute it to Vlaar.