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Newcastle United 4-1 Chelsea, Player Ratings: Worst of the Pochettino Era

Community player ratings from a massive defeat at St James Park

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1. RAHEEM STERLING (5.8)

This game just misses the dubious honor of dipping below 4.0 on the overall average rating, and Raheem Sterling is a massive part as to why that didn’t happen. His first-half goal from a direct fee-kick was a thing of beauty, and on a day when most others had an off-day (including Cole Palmer), Sterling still brought the heat!

Inconsistent he may be, but Sterling remains our purest match-winner, and game-changer as well

2. ENZO FERNÁNDEZ (4.8)

When in doubt, vote Enzo.

3, ROBERT SÁNCHEZ (4.5)

Sánchez faced 14 shots, five on target, and let in four goals. Not exactly a recipe for greatness, but there wasn’t much he could do about any of them.


vs. NEWCASTLE (PL, A, L 1-4)

EXCEPTIONAL (9.0+): —

EXCELLENT (8.0-8.9): —

GOOD (7.0-7.9): —

AVERAGE (6.0-6.9): —

POOR (5.0-5.9): Sterling (5.8)

BAD (4.0-4.9): Enzo (4.8), Sánchez (4.5), Badiashile (4.4), Caicedo (4.3, sub), Colwill (4.2, sub) Palmer (4.2), Broja (4.1, sub), Mudryk (4.0, sub), Madueke (4.0, sub), Gallagher (4.0)

TERRIBLE (3.0-3.9): Ugochukwu (3.9), Cucurella (3.8), Silva (3.3), Jackson (3.2)

OH CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN (1.0-2.9): James (2.7)


OVERALL

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