Stoke City vs Chelsea: Player Ratings, Man Of The Match & SHOCK Flop Of The Match

Asmir Begovic: 6

Didn’t save a single Stoke penalty, he was rarely tested during the game and could do nothing about Walter’s well taken Goal.

Kurt Zouma: 6.5

Assisted Loic Remy’s goal with a flicked header and relatively kept Arnatovic quiet.

John Terry: 6.5

Scored a goal in the first half which was disallowed as he was in an offside position, had a decent game.

Gary Cahill: 6

Had a good game, he blocked Charlie Adam’s shot but could have done better in the build up to Walter’s goal.

Baba Rahman: 5.5 (FoTM)

Terrible performance from the summer signing. Poor decision making. He needs to improve generally.

John Mikel Obi: 6

The midfielder failed to impose himself on the game, although did a decent job protecting the defense line.

Ramires: 6.5

Provided his team with energy, his movements were good but missed a superb opportunity that he should have scored.

Oscar: 6.5

The Brazilian was recalled to the starting line up after a spell on the bench. He had a nice shot saved by Butland in the first half.

Willian: 7.0 (MoTM)

Fouled by Shawcross in the first half, he was lively on the ball and was one of the best player on the pitch for his team along side Hazard. He was the Architect of the corner that led to Chelsea’s goal

Hazard: 7

Had one of his best displays for the blues this season, he made some nice dribbles and good runs. Although missed the penalty that eliminated his team.

Diego Costa: 6

The striker collided with Jack butland and had to be substituted before half time as the Spaniard suffered a rib injury in the process.


Bertrand Traore: 6

The striker added an extra attacking impetus to his side at extra time. Had some nice shots.

Kennedy: 6

The Brazilian had another encouraging display

Remy: 6.5

Equalised for his team at half time with a cool finish. The French international had a decent game.

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