Chelsea player ratings: Antonio Rudiger and N’Golo Kante star in Leicester City draw

Willy Caballero

A big decision to start him over Kepa, however it paid off in the first half. An excellent save to deny Jamie Vardy with a big chance.

Was unlucky for the first goal, with the deflection. But went for a walkabout with the second Leicester goal and it was a pretty shocking moment. 4

Reece James

His crosses in the first half were stunning, but the Blues just weren’t able to put them away. Defended well, also, with just one moment of giving away a dangerous free-kick.

Didn’t get the chance to get forward as much in the second half, being pinned back in his half a lot. 7

Andreas Christensen

Really solid in the first half and kept Vardy pretty quiet. Looked secure and read the game well, with some excellent positioning.

The Blues were left a bit more open in the second half and he struggled at times to close the gap. A pretty solid afternoon from him. 6

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Antonio Rudiger

Was really solid as well in the first half, reading the game and also being strong in the tackle. Looked to bring the ball out of defence as well.

Chelsea have struggled from set-pieces this season, but Rudiger came up with two superb headers to give the Blues the lead and then equalise. 8

Cesar Azpilicueta

Got down the left really well in the first half and provided a pretty decent outlet for the Blues, finding some nice space to work into.

Didn’t get that luxury in the second half, however, but defensively did a pretty solid job. 6

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N’Golo Kante

Was just all over the park and being back in a midfield two seemed to suit him well. Broke up the play on numerous occasions and was vital in the first half.

It was much of the same in the second half, with the Frenchman just breaking up play and being superb in the middle of the park. 8


One stunning turn in the first half, and looked to move the ball…


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