One impressive very first 50 percent save denied Son and he was rapid off his line on a number of occasions.
In the centre or on the right, it is all the very same to him. Powerful and decisive in the tackle and stood up perfectly when Spurs had their ideal moments.
His goal opened the scoring, but his assured defending was essential as well – notably when Spurs threatened the initially fifty percent.
Important interception denied Lo Celso a near-sure target, then done rout with one of his individual late on. His aggressive defending evokes these about him.
Comprehensive of power and pressured Spurs back again. His knock-down to Havertz should have brought about the opening goal.
Had to do a whole lot of chasing in the first fifty percent and looked a whole lot a lot more comfy when he experienced Kante’s strength to aid him.
Spurs appeared intent of hounding him to unsettle Chelsea. Experienced a whole lot far more security when Kante came on.
Spectacular volley almost silenced the Spurs fans who jeered him through. His corner led to Silva’s opener and only a target-line block from Dier denied him a aim afterwards.
At the coronary heart of a few of vibrant breaks from Chelsea, but did not always appear to be to have faith in his tempo to get apparent. Not in the very best of type of late.
Some vibrant movement and experienced the likelihood to exploit with Lukaku proving these kinds of a handful to Spurs’ defenders – but good quality allow him down.
Well worth his weight for the sum he occupied Spurs defenders. Deserved better assistance and also much better finishing from Werner when environment up the German.
N’Golo Kante (Mount, 46) 8
His arrival turned the recreation in Chelsea’s favour as they actually bought a hold of midfield. Even bought of the rating sheet – with the assistance of Dier.
Timo Werner (Havertz, 70) 5
He even now can’t get it right. A great deal of strength and concerned Spurs with his movement – but he is nowhere in the vicinity of decisive ample in the location.
Unused: Bettinelli, Chalobah, Niguez, Hudson-Odoi, Chilwell, Ziyech, James