“Extremely solid today” – Every Chelsea player rated with a Tweet after entertaining draw » Chelsea News

Chelsea drew 2-2 with Leicester today in a tough fought game that swung back and forth.

The Blues were actually very bright for long periods, but also looked as defensively shaky as ever. In the end, despite creating a host of early chances, Chelsea’s only goals came from set pieces, with Antonio Rudiger rising twice to head his team into the lead.

Twitter was full of hot takes after the game. We’ve got 2 weeks to mull this over people, don’t overreact.

The decision to play Willy didn’t look like a great one as he was caught scrambling for the second goal. Equally Pedro didn’t do much to justify his inclusion over Willian. It will be interesting to see whether the manager goes back on those calls over the next couple of weeks.

You can see a selection of comments here:

Caballero:

Willy Caballero does not cover himself in glory… #LEICHE #CFC https://t.co/NuGv8AyrIY

— Nizaar Kinsella (@NizaarKinsella) February 1, 2020

James:

Reece James doesn’t cross the ball. He sends it by first class courier service *direct* to the intended recipient’s door.

— Dan Levene (@danlevene) February 1, 2020

Rudiger:

Chelsea striker Antonio Rudiger on a hattrick now

— Mark Worrall (@gate17marco) February 1, 2020

Christensen:

Two silly mistakes by Christensen this half and they should have scored two goals.
And he’s apparently our best CB? #CFC #LEICHE

— Vialli’s Chelsea FC (@VialliChelseaFC) February 1, 2020

Azpilicueta:

Azpilicueta playing like he’s got weights on his ankles.

— CFCDaily (@CFCDaily) February 1, 2020

Kante:

Is it just me or has Kante been extremely solid today and looks so much more like himself?

— Mod (@CFCMod_) February 1, 2020

Jorginho:

Jorginho loves a yellow card doesn’t he

— Mark Worrall (@gate17marco) February 1, 2020

Mount:

Mason Mount now into double figures for goal contributions this season.

Five goals, five assists. pic.twitter.com/RAHEZg3AJe

— TweetChelseaUK (@TweetChelseaUK) February 1, 2020

Hudson-Odoi:

Hudson-Odoi looking…