Chelsea boss Frank Lampard exemplified his class after his club drew 2-2 with Leicester with old pal Brendan Rodgers.
With both sides looking to consolidate a place in the top four of the Premier League, a point each was probably the fairest result.
The Blues took the lead through Antonio Rudiger moments after the second half started through a Mason Mount corner.
But Harvey Barnes struck back almost immediately after his effort took a wicked deflection, leaving Caballero with no chance.
However, the Argentine will not want to watch the second goal back after Ben Chilwell bagged after the goalkeeper ran out of his goal.
Rudiger grabbed his second through another Mount set-piece with a brilliant header as Jonny Evans and Barnes had fantastic chances to take the lead and all the points.
But it ended a draw, giving the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham hope ahead of their weekend matches.
Antonio Rudiger scored two headers for Chelsea
Rodgers and Lampard go all the way back at Chelsea where the Northern Irishman was a coach under Jose Mourinho in his first spell at the club.
And Lampard showed his class as the former Liverpool manager gave his press conference when the Blues legend interrupted to say his farewells.
A warm moment between the two Prem bosses followed as the Chelsea team bus prepared to make its way out of Leicester.
Frank Lampard gatecrashed Brendan Rodgers’ press conference
However, Rodgers was not happy with the result and believes the Foxes should have won.
“We’re disappointed not to have won the game. I thought we started both halves slow.
“We should have won having gone 2-1 up. We gifted them two goals really, which we’re disappointed with.
“Our concentration and organisation wasn’t quick enough in one or two players.
“But what we did was show a fantastic mentality to come from…