Guus Hiddink will be pleased with the spirit his side showed even if they did get two big slices of fortune for both goals.
A draw does little to enhance the West Londoners' already slim chances of a late assault on the European places.
And with the club being out of all competitions their season is very much now going through the motions.
'What I'd like to see at Chelsea'
"I'd like to see a few more of their younger lads now," Murphy told MOTD.
"Now there is less on it, people like (Ruben) Loftus-Cheek for example.
"Just give them a bit of experience."
Murphy's law could save Blues millions
That experience could do the likes of Traore, Loftus-Cheek and other emerging talents a real chance to impress incoming boss Antonio Conte.
The Italian will be expected to return the club to its former glory next season and will more than likely turn to proven quality in a bid to achieve that.
But should Hiddink follow Murphy's advice some of the academy talents could end up saving Roman Abramovich a pretty penny this summer.