Well, what a poor game of football that was. Chelsea were held to a goalless draw away to Norwich City on Saturday, meaning they add yet another game to an already packed January. The Blues were lacklustre for the entirety of the game, and the home side played brilliantly and completely deserved the draw. Here’s how the Chelsea players rated:

Willy Caballero – 6

Kept a clean sheet, but didn’t have much to do. Got lucky with a punch, and did well by coming way out of his area to head a ball clear.

Antonio Rudiger – 6

Strong in the air, and coped well. Solid enough, not much to be said.

David Luiz – 6

A return to the team for the Brazilian, and you could tell he’s been away for a while. He looked rusty in possession, and gave away the ball on occasion.

Gary Cahill – 6

Reliable and strong in defence. Like Rudiger, not much to be said.

Davide Zappacosta – 6

Did well defensively and offensively. Almost scored with a dipping volley.

Tiemoue Bakayoko – 6

Looked completely off the pace during the first half, but improved in the second. A lot of work is needed.

Danny Drinkwater – 6

Coped well defensively, but it wasn’t a game he stood out in.

Kenedy – 5

Seems likely he’s headed out on loan, and he needs it. Looked rusty and didn’t offer the Blues much.

Willian – 7

Chelsea’s brightest and best player by a huge margin. Threatened the Norwich goal on occasion, and forced good saves from Angus Gunn.

Michy Batshuayi – 5

Offered nothing up front, and it seems like his days at Chelsea are numbered.

Pedro – 6

Struggled to make an impact, like the rest of the side. Not the best from the Spaniard.


Alvaro Morata – 6

Had little time to make an impact, and didn’t change the game.

Charly Musonda – 6

Like Morata, he was given little time to make his mark.

Dujon Sterling – N/A

Came on with only moments to go.