Chelsea ratings: Robert Sanchez alert to danger but £106m star Enzo Fernandez can’t get grip on the match at all

CHELSEA were held to a 0-0 draw by Bournemouth on Sunday.

The Blues never looked like scoring at the Vitality Stadium, squandering numerous opportunities.

GettyChelsea were held to a 0-0 draw by Bournemouth[/caption]

ReutersFans booed the Blues at full-time[/caption]

And Mauricio Pochettino is still struggling to get his billion pound boys clicking.

But who was their best player today?

And did anyone have a game to forget?

Here, SunSport’s Dave Kidd delivers his Chelsea player ratings…

ROBERT SANCHEZ – 8

Excellent smothering first-half save to deny Dango Ouattara and even better effort with his right foot to thwart a Dominic Solanke shot. Alert off his line too.

MALO GUSTO – 6

Steady but unspectacular at right-back, where Chelsea continue to miss the attacking influence of Reece James.

AXEL DISASI – 6

Solid enough in the main but was forced into a last-ditch foul to stop Kluivert in the second half.

THIAGO SILVA – 8

Showed plenty of his usual composure, polish and authority – this callow Chelsea side would be lost without his leadership. 

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LEVI COLWILL – 7

Filling in at left-back, the England squad member was defensively sound and was a threat from set-pieces, having an effort ruled out for offside and forcing a scrambling save from Neto. 

LESLEY UGOCHUKWU – 7

A willing ball-winner who anchored the Chelsea midfield well. Wins it, gives it and has imposing physical presence.

ENZO FERNANDEZ – 5

There were long spells of the game when you would hardly have known the £106million Argentinian was there. Did not get a grip on this match at all.

GettyRobert Sanchez was Chelsea’s best player[/caption]

GettyEnzo Fernandez had a game to forget[/caption]

CONOR GALLAGHER – 6

Captain for the day and the England man was an energetic presence in midfield, forcing a fine first-half save from Neto but his final pass was poor on occasions. 

RAHEEM STERLING – 6

Plenty of his trademark dribbling at pace but not quite the end product – although he smashed a free-kick against the underside of the bar. Booked for a cynical early foul on Dominic Solanke. 

NICOLAS JACKSON – 4

Struck the post early on but he is sorely lacking in the physicality and know-how needed of an elite centre-forward. Kept ceding possession by claiming non-existent fouls.

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GettyMykhailo Mudryk was bright throughout[/caption]

MYKHAILO MUDRYK – 7

Plenty of darting runs which created scoring opportunities but looked lost when Chelsea were out of possession, was booked for a foul on Max Aarons and replaced just after the hour by Cole Palmer.

SUBS

Cole Palmer (for Mudryk, 63 mins) – 7

Lively enough and forced one very decent save from Neto. Likes to get inside and influence things. 

Ian Maatsen (for Fernandez, 81 mins) – 6

Had a shot charged down in a late goalmouth scramble but not much chance to influence proceedings. 

Ben Chilwell (for Colwill, 81 mins) – 5

Couldn’t make any difference as an attacking threat from left-back after his late arrival off the bench. 

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