Chelsea vs Everton didn’t end well for the Blues at Goodison Park this afternoon. As, the Frank Lampard’s men defeated them 1-0. Statistically speaking, Chelsea always dazzle awfully against Everton.
Because, they played with a high level of winning spirit this afternoon. But, they were so unlucky to claim 3 points. The likes of Richarlison and Demarai Gray frustrated the Blues.
Nevertheless, some Chelsea players are responsible for their defeat against Everton. Because the Blues would have won at Goodison Park, if the players had stood up to help the team’s performance.
Chelsea vs Everton: Four Worst Chelsea Players:
The German centre-back was somehow quite against Everton. Because he failed to handle Richarlison and Demarai Gray. Antonio Rüdiger had only three clearances and lost possession of the ball 16 times. Of course, it was indeed a poor performance by him.
As a result, he was responsible for Chelsea’s defeat at Goodison Park. Because, the Thomas Tuchel’s men would have avoided a defeat. If he had stood up to protect the defense line.
The Blues captain was utterly awful against Everton. As he couldn’t defensively handle Demarai Gray. Due to his silly pass, César Azpilicueta was responsible for Everton’s goal. So, he should be blamed for their defeat, because he was too open with Gray and Richarlison.
Perhaps Chelsea don’t need to extend his contract at Stamford Bridge. Because, it looks like he had already offered all he could for the club.
The German false No.9 wasn’t clinical enough against the Toffees. Because he had many chances, but was too poor to convert them. In all fairness, it’s high time Thomas Tuchel began to start Romelu Lukaku. Kai Havertz played 90 minutes with just 54 touches, which was bad of him.
At the same time, he lost ball possession 15 times and took just 1 shot throughout the 90 minutes. Of course, Everton weren’t really balanced defensively, but Havertz failed to score.
The Blues’ No.11 had 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 shots, 0 key passes, and just 2 duels won. Apparently, Timo Werner failed to break down Alex Iwobi, even though the Nigerian footballer played as a right-back. In all honesty, Chelsea were bad offensively and defensively.
Because, only the midfielders and wing-backs stood up to fight the Frank Lampard’s men at Goodison Park. Potentially, Timo Werner can use his running prowess to beat the defenders. However, Iwobi didn’t allow him to as he rendered him useless.