PLAYERS RATINGS: Chelsea 2-0 Bournemouth

A very poor first half by Mauricio Sarri’s men where Chelsea suffered against Bournemouth FC due to the slow rythem of the players, and the lack of concentration and sharpness, especially by the Spanish forward, Alvaro Morata, who was missing in Chelsea’s squad today.

However, in the second half and after Mauricio Sarri did the right substitutes, Chelsea were able to turn a 0-0 draw into a 2-0 win by the goals of Pedro Rodrigues and Eden Hazard.

Here are our player’s ratings for Chelsea

Chelsea players ratings:

Kepa: Didn’t have much to do, kept a clean sheet. 6.5/10

Azpilicueta: Wasn’t in his top form today. 5/10

Rudiger: Was shaky in the defense. 5/10

Luiz: Shaky and dodgy, he needs to improve to secure his place. 5/10

Alonso: Maybe the best defender today, but in terms of attack. He also provided a crucial assist for Hazard. 7/10

Kovacic: Had good distributions today. 6.5/10

Kante: Was behind the attack on the 46th minute, but the post stopped it. Was average today.6.5/10

Jorginho: Was good today, brought some stability to the midfield. Was close to scoring as well. 6.5/10

Hazard: Wasn’t in his top form today especially in the first half where he was losing the ball a lot, but as usual, he made the difference and scored a crucial goal to secure the win. 7.5/10

Morata: He was completely missing today. No one noticed his danger. 4/10

Willian: That’s not the Willian of last season. A very poor form from the Brazilian. 5/10

 

Subs

 

Pedro: He should always start instead of Willian, unlike last season. 6/10

Oliver Giroud: In a few minutes he was able to make the difference where he provided an assist and was close to scoring. 6/10

Ruben Loftus-Cheek: Nothing much to do, came to secure the score. 5/10

 

Marucio Sarri (manager): Not a very good match, had to drop Alvaro Morata and Willian from the beginning of the second half. Oliver Giroud should start over Alvaro Morata until Morata improves. 6/10

Man of the match: None of Chelsea players really impressed, but the trio Giroud, Pedro, and Hazard deserve some mention and credit for the great win today.

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