Player ratings: Chelsea 0 vs 2 Manchester United

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It was the result Chelsea was looking for as the Blues conceded two headed goals and were denied twice by the VAR.

See how the players are rated for this game.

Caballero: Couldn’t do much about the two goals he conceded. 5/10

Reece James: Couldn’t run behind Brandon Williams and his crosses from the right flank was missing tonight. 5/10

Rudiger: Was very solid in the first-half but lost Maguire for the second goal. 5/10

Christensen: Was having a good game until he got a knock towards the end of the first half. Didn’t seem to have recovered before being beaten by Anthony Martial for Manchester United’s opener. Taken off at half-time with an injury. 5/10

Azpilicueta: Worked really hard, played with passion and was solid defensively. Unlucky to be on the losing side. 6/10

Kante: Went off just after 12 minutes due to a groin injury.

Jorginho: His long passes forward were missing and he didn’t dictate the game as he should have. 5/10

Kovacic: Carried the ball very well as he drove through the Manchester United midfield. However, the final ball was missing. 6/10

Willian: Had a poor game. Was easily beaten by Wan-Bissaka for United’s opening goal and didn’t do much going forward. 3/10

Pedro: Worked hard off the ball, but dallied too long on the ball at times. 5/10

Batshuayi: Was poor tonight. His holdup play was missing and he missed chances as well. 3/10

Subs

Mount: Worked hard when he came on and was really good on the ball. 6/10

Zouma: Came on for the injured Christensen and was solid. Unlucky that his goal was cancelled. 6/10

Giroud: Came on for Batshuayi and made his impact felt immediately but was unlucky to have a goal ruled out for offside. 6/10

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