Chelsea had a great opportunity to pick up three points yesterday when they took on Bournemouth, but some sloppy finishing and some even sloppier defending allowed the home side to come away with a point.
Chelsea’s performance had some good patches, and if it hadn’t been for one awful ten minute spell where they conceded twice, they might have come away with a win.
WhoScored’s rankings had Marcos Alonso – predictably – as our top scorer with a 9.2 rating for his two goals. It was also notable that the second highest scorer was Reece James at right wing back, with 7.4.
At the other end of the scale, the wobbly Fikayo Tomori got a 6.3 for a game where he looked truly shaky on his return to the team, and Willy Caballero got a 6.2 despite a couple of saves.
The movement to restore Kepa to the team will only gain strength now, and Antonio Rudiger will also be expecting to play in our next game.