CHELSEA missed out on top spot in their Champions League group with a dramatic 3-3 draw at Zenit.
The Blues looked to be on the edge of victory after fighting back from two goals down to lead in Russia.
Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku scored as Chelsea drew 3-3 with ZenitCredit: AP
But who was Chelsea’s best player tonight? And did anyone have a game to forget?
Here, Simon Phillips delivers his player ratings…
Kepa Arrizabalaga – 8
More than kept Chelsea in the game in the first half when the rest of the players in front of him folded and got rolled over.
He made three or four world class saves, and couldn’t do anything about the goals.
Cesar Azpilicueta – 4
The captain was non-existent in the first half, really terrible. But he composed himself a bit more in the second half as Chelsea tried to fight back.
Andreas Christensen – 5
Poor from him as well in the first half, bad decision making and bad defending.
But as like most of his team-mates he stepped it up in the second half and remembered how to defend!
Malang Sarr – 4
He was all over the place in the first half and didn’t even look Championship level.
But he did make a few good interceptions and tackles in the second half as he tried to redeem himself.
Malang Sarr failed to impress at the backCredit: Getty
Callum Hudson-Odoi – 5
Kept giving the ball away and getting tackled easy in the first half.
He came into it a bit more and looked more of a threat in the second half, but then got subbed off.
Ross Barkley – 5
First half he looked absolutely clueless on the ball and kept giving it away, putting Zenit on the counter attack.
He was far too slow when on the ball and looked very laboured.
He improved a lot in the second half and made a lovely one two with Werner to set Lukaku up for the equaliser.
Reece James – 8
The only one real bright spark from Chelsea’s midfield/defence from the first half anyway.
He was at least comfortable in possession and could hold on to the ball and make a decent pass.
Saul Niguez did not stake his claim for a regular spot at left wing-backCredit: Getty
Saul Niguez – 4
Albeit a couple of good moments early on, his first half performance mirrored those around him.
He lacked positional awareness and gave the ball away needlessly, and didn’t get much better in the second half.
Mason Mount – 7
Some bright moments from Mount and he should have scored, at least he had some guts in his game and was trying to rally around the team.
But it wasn’t his best 45 either and luckily he improved a lot and was a threat for Chelsea in the second half.
Timo Werner – 9
Scored Chelsea’s first half goal with some good reactions, looked hungry at times but could not do much to help Chelsea in the first 45 minutes anyway when they were under intense pressure.
It was his great one two that set Lukaku up to score Chelsea’s equaliser and he did amazing to make and score Chelsea’s third goal. Great stuff.
Werner put in a top performance with two goals and an assistCredit: AP
Romelu Lukaku – 5
He was certainly trying hard and trying to get involved, and looked good early on, but again just like Werner he could not do much to effect the play as Zenit bossed the last 35 minutes of the first half.
He looked very tired and slow, but he scored the equaliser and that will do him good.
Christian Pulisic for Barkley (64 mins) – 6
Full of running and intensity what we had been missing.
Hakim Ziyech for Hudson-Odoi (64 mins ) – 5
Few nice switch passes but didn’t add anything extra.
Kai Havertz for Lukaku (74 mins) – N/A
Marcos Alonso for Saul (74 mins) – N/A
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