The English left-back made it 2-1 to Tottenham Hotsour, at a price.
Tottenham Hotspur completed a fantastic comeback just before half-time against Chelsea at White Hart Lane. Trailing 1-0 thanks to a Diego Costa strike they grabbed three goals in quick succession to go into the second half 3-1 up.
The first goal was smashed home by Harry Kane from distance while Andros Townsend smashed home a penalty after Kane was felled by a clumsy Gary Cahill in the Chelsea box.
Between those goals came a strike from Danny Rose.
He followed up on an effort from Nacer Chadli that had come back off of the post and quite literally put his body through the ringer to score the goal.
He ended up doing some sort of breakdance after the desperate attempts of the Chelsea defence to upend him before he struck the goal that gave Spurs their lead.
He needed some treatment after the goal with his knee seemingly bearing the brunt of the incident, but he went on to play in the second half, before being substituted for Ben Davies - as Tottenham won 5-3.