Furious Chelsea fans were left stranded in Liverpool when a chartered train left without them.
The Blues supporters planned to return to London after their side’s draw with Liverpool.
Thomas Cook were due to provide buses from Anfield to Liverpool South Parkway station but the four coaches did not arrive at full-time.
When fans eventually arrived at the station, the train had already left.
Supporters had been warned by Thomas Cook that the train would not wait for them if they were late – but they were so through no fault of their own.
As of 11.30pm on Saturday night, coaches were still on their way to pick the fans up before a three-and-a-half hour journey back to London.
They were expected to arrive at 12.15am – the same time the train was arriving into London Euston.
The situation descended into farce when fans realised they had left belongings on the train earlier in the day.
Thomas Cook said they would organise for them to be returned.
Earlier, Willian had earned the visitors a point after cancelling out Mo Salah’s opener.
The result means Chelsea remain third, with Liverpool two places below them.