Bad Blues' player ratings Our embarrassing draw, says Mykhailo Mudryk.

Chelsea had several chances—Raheem Sterling's free-kick bounced against the post and onto the line without crossing it, 

Nicolas Jackson and Conor Gallagher wasted crucial chances—but Bournemouth appeared more likely to win late on.

The Blues, who appear to be struggling, put on another disorganized performance. Did well to stop Dango Ouattara early and Dominic Solanke with his feet in the second half. 

Always in charge. Given the competition, Chelsea's finest player may be a concer Energized down the right but injured in the second half and needed care.

He is a better striker than defender, yet he seems settled at Chelsea.

Gave the Blues a scare with an ugly first-half landing but recovered. At fulltime, 

the most confident defender in an unsteady backline was limping carefully.

Handled Dominic Solanke's physicality well, but made a wild challenge in the second half that got him booked and was rash in coming forward.

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