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West Ham 0-0 Chelsea, Player Ratings: Arrizabalaga preserves the point

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Community Player Ratings as Chelsea drop points for the first time all season

Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United via Getty Images

1. KEPA ARRIZABALAGA (7.5)

Minutes: 90
Touches: 28
Passing: 22/25
Saves: 1

Arrizabalaga hasn’t had much to actually do since arriving for a world record fee in the summer to replace Thibaut Courtois, and even on Sunday he faced just 1 shot on target (from 7 shots attempted by West Ham) ... but by saving that one shot, he did his part in preserving Chelsea’s clean sheet and thus, a share of the points.

2. ROSS BARKLEY (6.7, sub)

Minutes: 12
Touches: 13
Passing: 8/9
Shots: 1/1

That Ross Barkley managed to pose greater danger to West Ham’s goal than anyone else, and in just a little over a dozen minutes on the pitch probably sums up yesterday’s proceedings quite well. Fabianski made several excellent stops on Sunday, with every part of his body including his face, but perhaps none were more impressive than his dive to tip Barkley’s goalbound curling effort wide at the far post.

3. ANTONIO RÜDIGER (6.6)

Minutes: 68
Touches: 90
Passing: 81/86
Shots: 1/1

Get well soon, Toni! We can’t afford to be without our best center back for any significant length of time.


vs. WEST HAM (PL, A, D 0-0)

EXCEPTIONAL (9.0+): —

EXCELLENT (8.0-8.9): —

GOOD (7.0-7.9): Arrizabalaga (7.5)

AVERAGE (6.0-6.9): Barkley (6.7, sub), Rüdiger (6.6), Jorginho (6.2), Kovačić (6.1), Alonso (6.0), Azpilicueta (6.0)

POOR (5.0-5.9): Kanté (5.9), Hazard (5.9), David Luiz (5.8), Cahill (5.8, sub), Willian (5.7), Morata (5.6, sub), Giroud (5.5)

BAD (4.0-4.9): —

TERRIBLE (3.0-3.9): —


OVERALL