Pierre Hojbjerg 3/10
Pierre and Oliver Skipp were overran in midfield. Hojbjerg showed signs of fatigue, but that could have just been due to Chelsea’s midfield being able to play keep away from Tottenham’s pair. He made some questionable passing decisions and shanked one clearance which led to a golden scoring opportunity for the home side. Looked slow and cumbersome in possession.
Oliver Skipp 5/10
Chased shadows all evening, but put in another workmanlike performance. Though by now we know what level of commitment Skipp unerringly offers. Not his day, but was pretty faultless overall.
Matt Doherty 3/10
Barely knew Matt Doherty was even on the pitch. He coughed up possession needlessly once in the first half and was otherwise a ghost in an entirely unnatural and uncomfortable left-sided role.
Emerson Royal 2/10
Was incredibly frustrating to watch, especially in the first half. Royal conceded possession countless times with every body part. Wayward passes and mistimed slide tackles were just a few of the Brazilian’s issues in this disheartening outing. Made life too easy for Chelsea attackers, including Werner, who was gifted a clear sight on goal after easily breezing by the right back.