Saturday, March 25, 2023

Best And The Worst Chelsea Players Rated In Their 2-0 Win Against Hull City

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Sourav Bhakat
An ardent sports lover who loves to sleep, eat and watch Manchester City play. In that order.

Chelsea overcame a defiant Hull City side 2-0 in a match which offered very little in terms of entertainment for the spectators. A scrappy beginning set the tone for the rest of the game as the two sides showed precious little invention going forward and the Blues had to rely on two pieces of magic from Willian and Diego Costa in an otherwise listless proceeding.

Though the performance going forward wouldn’t have had many hats being doffed towards them, a clean sheet and three points are always welcome. We take a look at how the Chelsea players fared over the 90 minutes as they got back to winning ways.


Had a couple of saves to make in the first half and he duly obliged. The clean sheet would have given confidence to the keeper, after a couple of jittery weeks.

MOSES- 7/10

Drafted in as a right wing-back, Moses impressed in his new role as he provided much-needed width and attacking intent from the wide areas. Will hope to have a more regular role after this display.


An epitome of consistency, the Spaniard once again was solid and performed his task commendably.


Better game compared to a nightmare couple of weeks. Was solid and dealt with everything that came his way.


Did not have much to do in the face of Hull’s blunt attacks. Distributed play well from the back.

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ALONSO- 6/10

Not the quickest is what might interest oppositions in future but was defensively solid and delivered a few good crosses.


His defensive workload was notably lesser and hence forayed into advanced areas regularly. But was guilty of missing an open net which might have proved costly against some other teams. Will also have to cut down on some misplaced passes.


Was all over the pitch helping in attacks and increasing a body when required in defence. His run and hopeful shot ended up creating the second goal. Slowly getting back into the groove.


Gradually grew into the game as he was often involved in most of Chelsea’s attacks. Pulled a delightful curler right out of the top drawer to break the deadlock.


Still not at his best and drifted in and out of the game. One sharp turn and shot was denied well by Marshall but the Belgian needs to improve a lot to reach up to the standards set by him.


Once again the brightest spark in their attacks the Spaniard helped set up the opener before making things easy by matching Willian’s sublime curler later on. Man of the Match for many.


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