Thursday, May 9, 2013

Chelsea Player Rating: Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham

The late goal from Tottenham put their hope still alive for the qualification of Champions League while Chelsea is still on third with three points ahead of the spurs. Chelsea took the lead at the first half with the easy goal Oscar. Ivanovic’s header found the Brazilian at the back post and a sample tap in to give Chelsea the lead. After the lead of few minutes Adebayor curls in an absolute beauty into the top corner to level with Chelsea. It was a super strike from the Tottenham player. After ten minutes the Spurs were leveled with the Blues, Blues again took the lead at their side after a superb first time finish from another Brazilian, Ramires. And before the half time no team had made any remarkable to make the lead or to get leveled. Just after the 25th minute of half time Spurs again leveled with the Blues to distribute one points to each. Tottenham are now fifth with two games remaining with Stoke away to come on Saturday. They also welcome Sunderland on the final day. Arsenal has Wigan at home and Newcastle away while Chelsea faces Aston Villa away and Everton at Home.
Petr Cech: He could do a little about both of Tottenham’s goal and looked pretty solid throughout.
Cesar Azpilicueta: Did a superb job in keeping Gareth Bale quiet.
Branislav Ivanovic: Guilty of backing of Adebayor to allow spurs in.
Gary Cahill: Helped the ball on to Oscar for Chelsea Opener. But was also guilty of backing of Adebayor.
Ashley Cole: Quiet game for England left back.
David Luiz: An inspired choice in Centre midfield. Kept Lewis Holtby relatively quiet and excelled going forward.
Ramires: Timed run for second goal to perfection.
Oscar:   Showing great poaching ability to head Chelsea ahead.
Eden Hazard: Had been superb throughout the game. Always busy in creating chances.
Juan Mata: Kept play flowing up top.Should gave hit the target on certain occasion, but he couldn’t.
Fernando Torres: Never much of goal threat but played the channel well and setup Ramires for goal.

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