Chelsea football club players returned to training this Friday evening ahead of their game against Southampton in the premier league tomorrow.
But before the training session commenced, the players where presented for the first time with the EA sports FIFA rating card and as expected the players reacted different to their individual ratings.
While some of the players agreed with some of the grading some others felt hard done by either a particular rating or overall rating.
Players such as Ruben Loftus-cheek, Cesar Azpilicueta and jorginho was not finding it funny as they frowned at the score card with captain Caesar Azpilicueta calling it a joke.
Cesar Azpilicueta scored just one 84 while the rest rating was 76 and below.
Ruben Loftus-cheek lamented not happy with his rating.
Christian Pulisic whose form and run of games have been disrupted by injury accepted his rating and felt it was a decent card rating for him with his pace and dribbling skills clearly recognized.
Christian Pulisic at Cobham today
Meanwhile the team welcomed back Mason Mount to full training session today and he will be available for selection against Southampton tomorrow.
Mason Mount back in training
Kai Havertz looks happy as he received his EA sports FIFA rating card
Callum Hudson-Odoi posses with his card
Marcos Alonso looks not satisfied with his rating.
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