Grading Chelsea players the FA Cup replay game

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Grading Chelsea players in the FA Cup replay game, a match to regain hot form, defeating Aston Villa 3-1.

In the last two matches, they scored 8 goals and played very poorly. Wolverhampton causing many parties to believe After drawing 0-0, Aston Villa had a very good chance of knocking Chelsea out of the way. However, Mauricio Pochettino’s Blues became a team Chelsea players that They “couldn’t find their way” perfectly, beating Villa to 3-1 thanks to goals from Connor Gallagher, Nicholas Jackson and Enzo Fernandez, as Chelsea advanced. Round 5 of the FA Cup, where they will meet Leeds United at the end of this month. According to ยูฟ่าเบท

Chelsea player ratings

Jorje Petrovic – 7 – had to make two saves in a row after Chelsea took the lead quickly. But overall, the first half didn’t require much hard work. With an extra save at the end of the half from John McGinn’s strike, then in the second half there was a near-miss on the opening kick, with Ollie Watkins still unharmed. As for Moussa Diaby’s late shot, it was considered a good shot that was difficult to parry.

Ben Chilwell – 8 – On a tight day like today, no worries. No need to be afraid of falling apart easily like in the previous match. And especially the offensive game which is very fun. Do good quality, both passing the ball and finding the opportunity to look far by yourself.

Benoit Badiachil – 8 – Had a great game again. After being an oil well in the previous match losing to Liverpool, they took turns dealing with Ollie Watkins so skillfully that the Singha star striker could barely move.

Axel Disasi – 8 – clearly has a better future than Thiago Silva, Chelsea players with his strength and stature. Ready to play a clash game And the speed is not ugly. This game took care of Chelsea’s defense without any mistakes. and see that it will probably be CB’s first choice for a long time.

Malo Gusto – 8 – The defense may have some fluctuations, but today’s offense is considered locked down. Pushed all the way up to open for Nicholas Jackson to score a 2-0 goal at the 22nd, although the second half was relatively quiet.

Moises Caicedo – 6 – Despite playing usefully and doing his job, But it’s not a game that stands out as much as its friends. Because most of them will settle down to play defensive games. Cutting off the game in front of the defenders is very bad. Didn’t get to add much in this match.

Enzo Fernandez – 8 – Controlled the midfield effectively. Can benefit both standing position and releasing the ball. Added something special with a stunning free kick in the 54th minute that helped the team guarantee victory by leaving them 3-0 away.

Nicholas Jackson – 8 – Returned to the starting team after more than a month. But it was on the left wing. Still, it seems that this position will work with “African Neymar” is more than just a striker. Begin by pulling upwards and opening inward. Leading to a 1-0 goal, later he scored a header. Malo Gusto’s opener was 2-0.

Connor Gallagher – 7 – Deployed in the center of attack. But it’s running wild. Running a lot to help the team in every area as usual. Most importantly, he was able to score again in 9 months, his first goal of the season. The ball took the lead early in the 11th and helped Chelsea’s midfield control the game better than Villa in many moments.

Noni Madueke – 8 – Starts on the right wing. And did a good job of not skimping on the ball, knocking for Connor Gallagher to score a 1-0 lead, including some beautiful sliding shots to see, but when he had the opportunity to finish on his own, he was still not as sharp. How much?

Cole Palmer – 5 – Promoted to false nine target The position isn’t right again. Which again makes participation in the game It has clearly shrunk. They usually get the ball when they step down and reach for the ball themselves. The first half had 1 chance to score a goal in the 34th minute, with Emiliano Martinez saving, while the second half was even Chelsea players quieter. When Villa controlled the majority of the ball.