The Blues looked set to win a fourth game on the bounce after Joao Felix and Kai Havertz had converted against Everton, only for youngster Ellis Simms to score in the final minute to earn a share of the spoils.
The dropped points mean Chelsea head into the two-week international break 11 off fourth place and behind Fulham, Brentford and Brighton in the battle for Europa League or Europa Conference League football.
A record-breaking £600m spent on transfers since last summer's takeover has done little to turn the tide, and Boehly was caught on camera expressing a sweary take on the draw.
Watch his x-rated response in the clip below.
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Chelsea manager Graham Potter used more delicate language to reporters after the game. He said: "We’re really disappointed because we’ve dropped two points at home.
"We wanted to win and you saw the intention of the team. There was a lot of positive things in the performance but ultimately we’ve not defended well enough and to concede two goals, it’s not easy to win the game. That’s the disappointing thing for us."