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Chelsea 2-1 AFC Wimbledon: Player ratings

Chelsea player ratings (4-2-3-1)

Noni Madueke
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Chelsea had to come from behind to beat League Two side AFC Wimbledon and advance to the third round of the Carabao Cup.

GK: Robert Sanchez – 4/10 – The complexion of the evening changed completely on the Spaniard’s inability to claim a simple cross. Was confident thereafter, at least.informationguidenigeria

RB: Bashir Humphreys – 5/10 – Contributed little in possession and zero thrust when at right-back. A little more comfortable when shifted to the centre.

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CB: Axel Disasi – 5/10 – Refused to get roughed up but wasn’t too busy considering the vast possession Chelsea had.JAMB Portal

CB: Levi Colwill – 6/10 – Kept pace with Wimbledon’s quick attackers and nullified their threat on the counter attack.

LB: Marc Cucurella – 5/10 – Chelsea struggled to build attacks with his ineffective offering of width in the first half and they nearly shut him out of the game by default in the second right until the closing stages.

CM: Lesley Ugochukwu – 6/10 – Brave in possession, dribbling his way out of trouble and spreading passes across the pitch. Worked hard but gave the ball away in daft areas on occasion.NYSC Portal

CM: Conor Gallagher (c) – 6/10 – Chelsea’s engine, upping the tempo with his frantic energy and commitment. His limitations on the ball were glaring, nonetheless.

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RM: Noni Madueke – 8/10 – A twinkle in his toes and magic in his boots. Madueke needed a top performance tonight with Chelsea set to sign a positional rival in Cole Palmer and he duly delivered.

AM: Ian Maatsen – 6/10 – The natural left-back flittered across the attacking line trying to make things tick and bring his teammates into play.

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LM: Diego Moreira – 4/10 – Out of his depth on his Chelsea debut and was hooked at the break. Tried and failed to beat his man for pace early on but was swiftly shut down and didn’t try anything adventurous for the rest of the first half.

CF: Mason Burstow – 4/10 – Offered very little up top and was isolated even when Jackson came off the bench to provide more of a focal point.


SUB: Nicolas Jackson (46′ for Moreira) – 7/10 – Turned the tide in Chelsea’s favour with his energy and direct threat.

SUB: Enzo Fernandez (64′ for Burstow) – 8/10

SUB: Malo Gusto (64′ for Colwill) – 6/10

SUB: Moises Caicedo (81′ for Madueke) – N/A

Subs not used: Petrovic (GK), Bergstrom (GK), Silva, Chilwell, Samuels-Smith


Mauricio Pochettino – 5/10 – Chelsea nearly paid the price for their head coach being so complacent with his team selection.

AFC Wimbledon player ratings (5-4-1)

GK: Alex Bass (5); RB: Isaac Ogundere (7), CB: Ryan Johnson (6), CB: Joe Lewis (6), CB: Alex Pearce (3), LB: James Tilley (6); RM: Morgan Williams (5), CM: Harry Pell (8), CM: Jimmy Ball (6), LM: Josh Neufville (6); CF: Josh Davison (5)

SUBS: Ali Al-Hamadi (6), Lee Brown (5), Aron Sasu (N/A), Omar Bugiel (N/A), Ryan McLean (N/A)

Manager: Johnnie Jackson (6)

Player of the match – Noni Madueke (Chelsea)


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