Chelsea needed to get the win against Tottenham, but Antonio Conte’s men were beaten 3-0 at Stamford Bridge after scoring first via an Alvaro Morata header in the first half.
See how the players are rated from this game
Caballero: Started the game well and made some good saves in the match, but he was poor as Christian Eriksen beat him with a volley from far out and his clearances in the first half was jittery. 4/10
Christensen: Made a mistake leading to Tottenham’s second goal as he couldn’t keep track of Dele Alli. Was jittery in the goal that followed too. 3/10
Azpilicueta: Didn’t make too many personal mistakes, but was part of a defence that collapsed in the second half. Couldn’t clear the ball out for the third goal as he tangled with Christensen. 4/10
Rudiger: Did well to bring the ball out from the back for Chelsea’s goal, but Chelsea’s defence collapsed in the second half. 5/10
Kante: Worked hard and tried to do his best to push his team, but Spurs pressing game made it difficult for Chelsea’s midfield. 5/10
Fabregas: Looked weak in midfield and made some silly mistakes that could have cost the team. 3/10
Moses: Assisted Morata’s goal, but he had a poor game. Made so many mistakes and his error led to Tottenham’s second goal. 3/10
Alonso: Had a good first half and entered some dangerous positions, but went missing in the second period. 4/10
Hazard: Was on the receiving end of some bad tackles, and he tried to open up Spurs defence all to no avail. 5/10
Willian: Didn’t find enough room to cause Tottenham harm as we’ve been used to. 4/10
Morata: Had a good first half and scored the opener with a header, but he was lost in the second half.
Giroud: Brought in for the last ten minutes of the game but couldn’t impact the game. 4/10
Emerson: Late sub.
Callum Hudson-Odoi: Late sub.