Chelsea grabbed their fourth Champions League group stage victory tonight by cruising past Italian side, Juventus with a well deserved 4-0 win at the Stamford Bridge. Callum Hudson-Odoi, Trevoh Chalobah, Reece James and Timo Werner all got on the scoresheet as the Blues claimed all three points at their home stadium.
Well, below are two Chelsea players who performed impressively in tonight's Champions League clash against Juventus ;
The Ballon D'or favourite was terrific tonight as he dominated the modified and helped Chelsea control the game against Juventus. The Italian International didn't score a goal neither did he register an assist but managed to bag an impressive 7.9% rating according to Sofa Score.
The England right-back put up another remarkable performance today as he scored a stunning goal to make sure Chelsea comfortably defeated Juventus at the Stamford Bridge. Apart from the goal he scored, his performance was brilliant as he created several chances in the game that could have resulted in more goals for the Blues team.
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