Chelsea vs Tottenham Player Ratings as Blues win Battle Of The Bridge

Chelsea vs Tottenham Player Ratings as Blues win Battle Of The Bridge

Chelsea have 99 problems this season but beating Tottenham was not one of them. They have managed to complete the league double over their London rivals with a comfortable 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge. 

Trevoh Chalobah and Nicolas Jackson scored in either half to help the home side collect all three points. They have now moved to 8th in the Premier League table, while Spurs have suffered a massive blow to their Top 4 hopes. 

Without further ado, here are the Chelsea vs Tottenham Player Ratings:

Chelsea player ratings

Đorđe Petrović (7/10)

The Chelsea goalkeeper was never troubled in the first half as Spurs failed to get a shot on target. However, he was called in to make some saves in the second half and the youngster stepped up well. 

Alfie Gilchrist  (7.5/10)

The young Chelsea defender had the mighty task of marking Son Heung-Min, and he managed it with ease. The make-shift right back kept the Tottenham captain quiet before he went off injured. 

Trevoh Chalobah (9/10)

Chelsea’s man-of-the-match candidate after his stellar display in defence. The goal in the first half was just the icing on the cake as the Englishman pocketed Richarlison. 

Benoît Badiashile (8.5/10)

Hardly put a foot wrong, but kept inviting pressure. His passing was exquisite and that just made things worse for Tottenham.

Marc Cucurella (9/10)

This was easily the Spaniard’s best game for Chelsea, and what a time to deliver! He won all his duels and tackles – and was chasing down Tottenham players everywhere on the pitch. 

Moisés Caicedo (9/10)

A monster in the midfield once again, and Tottenham had no idea how to get past him.

Conor Gallagher (8.5/10)

Give him a new contract, now! Chelsea were once again at their best as Gallagher shined on the pitch.

Noni Madueke (8/10)

The young Englishman was up against his former club and was up for it. He is slowly getting into the groove and could be a key weapon for Chelsea next season. 

Cole Palmer (8/10)

Almost scored from a belter of a freekick but apart from that, it was a quiet night for the Golden Boot chasing star. 

Mykhaylo Mudryk (8/10)

The youngster created chances for fun in the first half and was keen on scoring too but just could not get the finishing touch. 

Nicolas Jackson (8.5/10)

The striker once again showed that he has the qualities to be a success at Stamford Bridge. His goal today takes his tally to 11 – one more than what Drogba managed in his first Chelsea season. 

Cesare Casadei (8/10)

Rock solid display once again from the Italian after coming off the bench.

Josh Achempong (8/10)

Despite playing just 12 minutes, the youngster made more blocks than any other Chelsea defender. 

Jimi Tauriainen (7/10)

Hardly made an impact after coming for his Premier League debut in the final minutes.  

Tottenham player ratings

Guglielmo Vicario (5/10)

Should have done a lot better for the first goal, but the second was not something he could have stopped. Did well in coming out and stopping a few Chelsea counters. 

Pedro Porro (5/10)

Decent game for the Spaniard but Mudryk was able to get past him with ease in the first half.

Cristian Romero (4.5/10)

A game to forget for the Argentine as he struggled to deal with the Chelsea attack. Was caught out of position a lot and could not do much in helping Spurs attack. 

Micky van de Ven (6.5/10)

Pick of the Tottenham players today as he single-handed stopped it from becoming a tennis score at Stamford Bridge. 

Emerson Royal (4/10)

The Brazilian was diving all over the pitch to try and gain advantage but the referee never fell for it. Could not do anything against Madueke today and was chasing him more often than not. 

Yves Bissouma (6/10)

He was easily the pick of the midfielders today as he managed to do well in his position. But he hardly got help from his teammates. 

Pape Matar Sarr (5/10)

Almost managed to get an equalizer for Tottenham, but the game went by him today. Was relatively silent in the midfield as Caicedo and Gallagher ran the show. 

Brennan Johnson (5/10)

Chelsea were beaten by Tottenham for his signature last summer and after today’s match, they would be glad that it happened. 

Dejan Kulusevski (5.5/10)

The Swede committed more fouls than creating chances today for Tottenham. Could hardly shake off Caicedo and Cucurella to threaten Poetrovic. 

Son Heung-min (6.5/10)

The captain kept fighting until the end but was stopped by two Chelsea youngsters without any trouble. 

Richarlison (5/10)

A poor night for the Brazilian as he failed to get a shot on target despite playing over an hour. 

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (6/10)

Replaced Bissouma and brought some control to the Spurs midfield, but his shots could not get past Petrovic.

Rodrigo Bentancur (6/10)

Was more active in the Tottenham attack than any other player today. Managed to get three shots, but none got past Petrovic. 

James Maddison (5.5/10)

Sent in to inspire a comeback, but the Englishman was unable to share off Caicedo, who kept closing him down at every chance. 

Bryan Gil (5/10)

Hardly made an impact after coming on.

Giovani Lo Celso (5/10)

Hardly made an impact after coming on.