Mount Masterpiece – Chelsea Player Ratings vs Bournemouth for December 27

Reece James, featured in the Chelsea player ratings, putting in a cross

The Premier League is back and so too is the pressure for Graham Potter to deliver in London. Let’s take a look at the Chelsea player ratings for their 2-0 win over Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge.

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Chelsea Player Ratings vs Bournemouth

Kepa Arizzabalaga – 6

A quiet night for the Spanish keeper but he made saved when needed and bailed out his defence when pressure was applied.

Marc Cucurella – 6

At times out of position on the defensive end but his attacking exploits kept the opposition on their toes.

Thiago Silva – 6.5

Largely as composed as ever but he had some unusually nervy moments when pressured.

Kalidou Koulibaly – 7

Reliable on ball when needed and put a stop to a number of Bournemouth attacks.

Reece James – 7

Showed just why the team has missed him in his recent absence. A constant threat on the right side of the field before his night was cut short.

Jorginho – 6.5

Chelsea’s metronome kept things ticking in midfield. Didn’t do anything spectacular but never needed to.

Denis Zakaria – 8

A commanding presence on both offence and defence. Shades of N’Golo Kante from the loan signing.

Mason Mount – 8

Was a bright spot all night operating behind the attackers. Scored an excellent goal and looked like a creative threat all night.

Christian Pulisic – 6

Had a goal chalked off and never looked likely to cause much trouble otherwise. Solid on defence when tracking back but was almost invisible in the second half.

Kai Havertz – 8

Scored a real striker’s goal and was dangerous throughout. His movement kept the opposition defence worried.

Raheem Sterling – `7

A creative outlet on the wing who set up the opening goal and looked like a threat consistently.

Cesar Azpilicueta (substitute) – 6

Had the unenviable task of replacing James but put in a solid shift on the defensive side.

Conor Gallagher (Substitute) – 6

A late substitute but he was always in the right place when needed on both ends of the pitch.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Substitute) – 5.5

Came on with Gallagher but never got a chance to do anything. Messed up a chance at a counterattack in his only real notable moment.

Trevoh Chalobah (Substitute) – 5

Came on with minutes to go to make a back three. Didn’t get to do much of anything when he came on.

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