Bournemouth vs Chelsea player ratings: What a goalkeepers show!

Bournemouth vs Chelsea player ratings
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  • Both teams failed to score because of a lack of precision and a great performance by the goalkeepers.
  • Chelsea are fourteenth, and Bournemouth are one spot lower. 
  • The Blues controlled 63% of the ball.

Bournemouth player ratings: Unbreakable wall in the goal

Neto gets 9/10 – He was the reason Chelsea didn’t score.

Aarons 7/10 – Controlled the entire right flank.

Zabarnyi 7/10 – Showed up when the team needed him.

Kelly 7/10 – Impassable with plenty of security.

Kerkez 6/10 – Was one of the team’s weak aspects.

Cook  8/10 – Dominate the middle.

Billing 7/10 – versatility in providing support on both sides of the pitch.

Tavernier 7/10 – Won the majority of duels and created scoring chances.

Christie 7/10 – Orchestrate aggressive transitions and make three vital passes.

Ouattara 7/10 – His defensive effort wore him down, and he was one of the first players to be replaced.

Solanke 7/10 – Created threat in the opposing zone.


Kluivert 7/10 – Very active, gave a key pass and a cross that ended in a shot.

Sinisterra 6/10 – Had little impact on the pitch.

Senesi 7/10 – In a quarter of an hour he made clereances and blocked 2 shots.

Brooks N/A – Entered in the 89th minute.

Chelsea player ratings: Punished by inaccuracy

Sanchez 8/10 – The savior of one point away from home.

Gusto 7/10 – The player who ran the most on the field to attack and defend for 90 minutes.

Disasi 7/10 – Best in the Blues defense in terms of clearances and blocks.

Silva 7/10 – Kept the defense neat and established hierarchy.

Colwill 7/10 – A lot of defensive labor, but only a few projects into the opposing side.

Gallagher 7/10 – Completed his duties as camp captain, creator, and assistant guy. 

Ugochukwu 7/10 – Consistent in midfield, made key passes

Sterling 7/10 – Quick runs and great vision, made important passes and also hit the woodwork.

Fernandez 7/10 – His performance as a chance maker was not his greatest.

Mudryk 7/10 – While his passes were a little sloppy, he did make two important finishes.

Jackson 7/10 – He made few shots and the woodwork denied him a goal.


Palmer 7/10 – Came on in the 63rd minute and nearly scored.

Chilwell N/A – Entered in the 80th minute.

Maatsen N/A – Entered in the 81st minute.

Bournemouth vs Chelsea match summary and highlights

0-0 draws are usually indicative of a slow and boring affair, but Bournemouth vs. Chelsea was a contest that lacked neither thrill nor intensity. The two sides took turns going for the win, and while each had good chances, the goalkeepers and defenders stopped them.

Player of the match: Neto

Bournemouth vs Chelsea player ratings
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The Brazilian goalkeeper was in charge of keeping the ball out of his goal. The blues had up to six shots, all of which were saved by Neto. The goalkeeper has made nearly two saves per game after six games.

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