PLAYERS RATINGS: Chelsea 2-1 Cardiff City

A poor performance by the Blues Chelsea FC away from home where most of the players, and especially the attacking line, wasn’t in their form and they performed poorly, without being able to score against Cardiff City where the goals came by Chelsea’s defense and midfield.

The first goal by Cardiff came in the first minutes of the second half, and then Chelsea scored the equalizer by their captain, Cesar Azpilicueta, who was in a clear offside position, and then Ruben Loftus Cheek scored the winning goal during the injury time to gift his team a crucial win.

An undeserved win for Chelsea who were so poor today, where the goals came by some individual mistakes from Cardiff City’s defense, and the referee’s mistake to award Chelsea an offside goal.

Here are our player’s ratings for Chelsea

Chelsea players ratings:

Kepa: Was able to do better to save the shot. 6/10

Azpalicueta: Another poor performance from Chelsea’s captain. However, scored a late equalizer from a clear offside position. 6.5/10

Luiz: As well, a poor match. 6/10

Rudiger: Same as Luiz. 6/10

Alonso: The poorest defender today. But made a late assist for his Spanish teammate. 6.5/10

Kovacic: Still not convincing. 5/10

Barkley: Poor match, unlike his matches with England. Missed an easy chance to score the third goal to secure the win. 5/10

Jorginho: Letting Fabregas go was a mistake. Not fitting Chelsea’s team so far. 5/10

Pedro: Didn’t do much today. 5/10

Higuain: The poorest in the attack today. 5/10

Willian: The most active starter in the attack today and made a crucial assist. 7/10

 

Subs

Giroud: Couldn’t do much. 5/10

Hazard: He had to start, but  5/10

Loftus-Cheek: Scored the winning goal. 7/10

Marucio Sarri (manager): A shocking starting XI and a lucky win today with a poor performance, and referee mistakes. Not convincing recently. 5/10

Man of the match: None of Chelsea players really deserved it.

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