PLAYERS RATINGS: Chelsea 2-0 Fulham And Man Of The Match

Another good win for the Premier League giants, Chelsea FC, in a London Derby against Fulham and Chelsea’s former manager, Claudio Ranieri, where the team had an average first half due to the over defensive playing style by Fulham, where their manager takes credit for the organized defense and new personality.

Chelsea were able to score an early goal in the first half by Pedro, and in the second half, Ruben Loftus-Cheek scored the goal to secure the win after coming from the bench as a super sub.

 

Here are our player’s ratings for Chelsea

Chelsea players ratings:

Kepa: Was good today, he made several crucial saves on the 54th and 65 minutes. 7/10

Azpilicueta: Was okay today. 7/10

Rudiger: A good performance as well. 7/10

Luiz: As well, a good performance by the Brazilian. 7/10

Alonso:  Was out of service today, he struggled and his croses were so poor. 5/10

Kovacic: An average match. 7/10

Kante: Was behind the first goal, even though he was playing out of position. 7.5/10

Jorginho: He was also behind the first goal through his movement and pressure and leadership in the midfield, but not many give him credit. 7.5/10

Hazard: Was always surrounded by Fulham’s defenders but was trying. Wasn’t so efficient in the first half but in the second half he was better and made an assist. 7.5/10

Giroud: Not the best match, didn’t have a lot of chances. 6.5/10

Pedro: Scored an early crucial goal, and was always dangerous and even saved Chelsea from a goal on the 54th minute. 8/10

 

Subs

 
Alvaro Morata Missed a clear chance on the 73rd minute and got booked. Poor. 4/10

Ruben Loftus-Cheek: A super sub, came as a sub and scored a crucial goal to make the team breath until the end of the match. 6/10

Davide Zappacosta: Better than Alonso today. 5/10

Marucio Sarri (manager): A tough match, but he managed not to lose and won against an opponent that improved a lot under their new manager, and were dangerous in the second half. 7/10

Man of the match: Pedro deserves it today, he was the most player moving on the pitch and working hard and dangerous.

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