Chelsea got probably their longest trip of the season out of the way early and they returned from Russia with a convincing 4-0 win over Krasnodar in the Champions League. Goals from Callum Hudson-Odoi, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic sealed the win, while Jorginho was afforded an early penalty miss. Express Sport takes a look at how the individual players fared.
Couple of good saves kept Chelsea cool in a shaky first half. Commanded his area well.
Steady as ever and got forward really well to set up several chances.
Recalled for his first game of the season. Nervous and unsure on the ball but not punished.
Put under pressure by the Russians but kept battling and was brave and strong.
Gave the ball away far too often early on. But slowly settled down and provided some good crosses.
Neat and tidy in the middle and tried to get Chelsea going, but lacked penetration.
Missed his second penalty of the season. Will Frank persevere with him? Fought back well though.
Made some good runs on his first start for Chelsea since his move from Ajax and took his late goal very well.
Gave the ball away and has a habit looking too languid. But clever and set up the first goal.
Surprise starter and looked dangerous whenever he got the ball. Scored his first Champions League goal – with a bit of luck.
Worked as hard as ever, made some great runs. Slammed home his penalty with no doubt and set up the third goal. Excellent.
Pulisic – earned the penalty with his shot. Grabbed a fortunate late goal, 7
Kante – steadied the ship in the middle, 6
Mount – worked hard, 6