Premier League - Chelsea 2-0 Arsenal: Chelsea maintained their unbeaten run against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge by beating them by two goals, thanks to Hazard and Zouma for the goals.
Posted by:Junaid EffendiPosted date: Saturday, September 19, 2015/comment : 0
Chelsea maintained their unbeaten run againstArsenalat Stamford Bridge by beating them by two goals to nil earlier today, thanks to Eden Hazard and Kurt Zouma for the goals.
Here are the rating for the away side players.
Petr Cech – 7
The goalkeeper who returned to his former club for the first time was one of the best player for the Gunners seen on the pitch today. He made some vital saves but failed to manage the Zouma’s opener.
Hector Bellerin – 6.5
The young left-back could have conceded a penalty in the start of the game when he fouled Diego Costa, however referee didn’t react on it. Also, the Spaniard succeeded in controlling Eden Hazard for most of the time.
Laurent Koscielny – 6
The Frenchman was hit on his face by Chelsea striker Diego Costa who only received the yellow card. A tough day for the center-back.
Gabriel Paulista – 5
Picked up the first yellow card while controlling the fight between Costa and Koscielny. And he received the second yellow card while kicking out on Costa before the half time.
Nacho Monreal – 5
Started the game on high but with the passage of time he joined his teammates in displaying a poor game.
Francis Coquelin – 7
Was well in the midfield and won several duals with Nemanja Matic bu injury took him off in the half time.
Santi Cazorla – 4.5
Picked up a red card for his two challenges on his countrymen Pedro and Cesc Fabregas. An unlucky day for the midfielder.
Aaron Ramsey – 5
The Welshman could not perform from the right flank once again. He had a chance to put the ball into the back of the net in the first half but failed to convert.
Mesut Ozil – 5
A quiet day for the German playmaker. He was absent throughout the game. Failed to make any golden chance for his teammates.
Alexis Sanchez – 5
The former Barcelona star was not on top of his form, he has not scored in the Premier League so far this season.
Theo Walcott – 6
Theo Walcott started a game after his impressive performance in the midweek but failed to do in the Derby. He was caught offside most of the time.
Callum Chambers – 7
The defender was solid in the air and made some good challenges, apart from his yellow card he played a fine game.
Oliver Giroud – 5.5
Touched the ball only few times as Cazorla got the red card later and then Chelsea enjoyed the possession.
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