Chelsea vs Bournemouth Player Ratings

Chelsea vs Bournemouth Player Ratings as Mauricio Pochettino’s side sign off with a win

  • Moises Caicedo scores a stunner.
  • Raheem Sterling gets on the scoresheet
  • Chelsea finish the season with five straight league wins.

Chelsea vs Bournemouth: as it happened

Chelsea sign off their season with a 2-1 win against Bournemouth. Moises Caicedo opened the scoring with a stunner from his own half (17′) before Raheem Sterling made it 2-0 (48′). Benoit Badiashile scored an own goal, that turned out to be a consolation for Bournemouth.

Player Ratings:


Dorde Petrovic– 7: Made a few important saves in the first half, including a couple from inside the box.

Trevoh Chalobah– 6.5: Didn’t have too much of an initial impact on the game. Chalobah didn’t see thick of the action.

Thiago Silva– 6.5: Not the Brazilian’s best performance. Silva looked a bit vulnerable in duel situations.

Benoit Badiashile– 6.5: He made a few tackles and clearances. However, like Silva, Badiashile was not rock solid in duels. Badiashile also scored an own goal.

Marc Cucurella– 7.5: A solid presence in the left. Cucurella was brilliant with his passing and was also hard to beat in duels.

Conor Gallagher– 7: Didn’t have the best first half. Gallagher, however, turned it around in the second half.

Moises Caicedo– 8: Scored a spectacular goal from the halfway line in the first half of the game to give Chelsea the lead.

Noni Madueke– 7: Madueke did well in the limited action he saw. However, he wasn’t involved too much in the game.

Cole Palmer– 7.5: Yet another goal contribution for Chelsea’s talisman. He assisted Raheem Sterling’s goal.

Raheem Sterling– 7.5: Scored his team’s second and had a good outing before being replaced in the second half.

Nicolas Jackson– 7: Wasn’t too involved in the game. Jackson, however, troubled the Bournemouth defense on a few occasions.


Malo Gusto– 7

Lesley Ugochukwu– 7

Christopher Nkunku– 7

Cesar Cacadei– 7


Neto– 6.5: Not the Bournemouth captain’s best goal. Neto was beaten from the halfway line for Caicedo’s opener.

Max Aarons– 6: Didn’t have a good outing. Aarons was dribbled past on a few occasions.

Illia Zabarnyi– 7: Started the game shaky. However, he got better as the game progressed.

Marcos Sensei– 8: Same as Zabarnyi, Sensei started a bit slow. However, he found his feet with time.

Milos Kerkez– 6: Was a bit wasteful in possession. Not a very good showing from Kerkez.

Lewis Cook– 7: Got better as the game progressed. Cook also created a big chance for his team.

Ryan Christie– 6.5: Tried to make things happen for his team in the attack. Christie, however, was wasteful in possession.

Antoine Semenyo– 7.5: One of Bournemouth’s best players against Chelsea. Did well offensively and also helped his team out defensively.

Justin Kluivert– 6.5: The Dutchman barely made an impact before being hooked off. Kluivert barely saw any action.

Marcus Tavernier– 7.5: Tavernier was very good on a day where Bournemouth were not the best collectively.

Enes Unal– 7: Made positive impacts in the limited chances he had. Unal, though, missed a big chance and was forced off injured.


Dango Ouattara– 7

Dominic Solanke– 7

Philip Billing– 6.5

Alex Scott– 6.5

Lloyd Kelly– 6.5