Chelsea were very dominant against Belarus side BATE Borisov and Maurizio Sarri’s men comfortably won the game 3-1.
See the player ratings:
Kepa: Was barely troubled all through the game apart from the goal. 6/10
Zappacosta: Was involved in a lot of Chelsea’s attacking play on the right flank. Had a good game. 7/10
Christensen: Was good on the ball and solid at the back the few times he needed to be. 7/10
Cahill: Easily sniffed out Bate’s attack whenever they came forward. Had a good game. 7/10
Emerson: Showed a lot of skill and confidence on the ball and helped the team’s attack on the left. 6/10
Fabregas: Orchestrated Chelsea’s play from deep, and was involved in a number of good plays from the team. 7/10
Loftus-Cheek: Showed Sarri that he deserves to be in the first team with a brilliant hat-trick and was by far the best player on the pitch. 10/10
Kovacic: Had some opportunities to find the net but couldn’t. Was a threat before his substitution in the second-half. 7/10
Pedro: Decent game but yet to reach his full level that we know him for. 6/10
Willian: Linked up well with the forward players and was very lively anytime he was on the ball. 8/10
Giroud: Barely got a touch of the ball and looked way off the mark tonight. 5/10
Moses: Did okay after coming on for Willian in the second-half. 5/10
Hudson-Odoi: Used his pace to cause problems after coming on, and was lively although some his final decisions weren’t good enough. 6/10
Kante: Came on late in the game for Kovacic to help shore things up.