Arrizabalaga, Kepa Despite not having much to do, he always appeared composed and confident. 6.
Wesley Fofana – In the 12th minute, after getting free from a corner, he should have done better with a header. Nonetheless, Fofana did score in the opening seconds of the second half. The Frenchman worked so hard to rise above everyone. Wonderful performance. 8.
Early on, Benoit Badiashile had a positive demeanor and was aggressive. The Frenchman first started as the left center-back in a back-three, and it appears that this is a position that suits him well. 6.
Kalidou Koulibaly: Early in the game, when Leeds applied pressure for the first time in the match, he made a couple of incredibly solid and crucial last-ditch tackles. He still appears unsteady when in possession, which worries Stamford Bridge. 5.
Mr. Ruben Loftus-Cheek A few encouraging flashes from the impromptu right wing back. He performs well to locate Sterling at the beginning of the second half. Excellent performance. 6.
Early on, Enzo Fernandez played a lovely cross-field pass to Chilwell. once more appeared very clean, and frequently found space between the Leeds midfield. 6.
Mr. Mateo Kovacic Although it appeared tidy, it never really had a big impact on Chelsea’s offensive performance. 6.
Ben Chilwell – stayed extremely wide as a left wing-back and provided Chelsea’s defenders with a constant option when in possession. Excellent corner cross that was received by Fofana. For the entire game, his delivery was excellent. 7.
Sterling, Raheem Early on, it’s usually brisk and animated as people try to make things happen. appeared to be Chelsea’s best chance in the first half. Great performance despite missing a good opportunity at the opening of the second quarter. 7.
Joao Felix: Chelsea believed they had taken the lead just over the 20-minute mark when Felix’s spectacular attempt hit the crossbar. He was as animated as usual with a little magic. 6.
In Kai Havertz misses an absolute sitter after Illan Meslier denies him in a one-on-one for about 15 minutes. needs to improve,