Mudryk shines and Thiago Silva continues to indicate class however Jorginho poor

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CHELSEA and Liverpool performed out a 0-0 bore draw at Anfield this lunch time.

The 2 started the day in mid-table, slugging it out to attempt to seize three essential factors of their respective battles to climb again into the European locations.

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Chelsea and Liverpool battled in a mid-table scrapCredit score: AP

Each side huffed and puffed, however neither have been in a position to seize a breakthrough on a low-key afternoon at Anfield.

Mykhailo Mudryk did make an thrilling cameo off the bench for the away facet, however could not unlock the Liverpool defence.

SunSport’s Martin Lipton charges and slates every Chelsea performer.

Kepa Arrizabalaga – 6

Angered the house followers by consuming time however hardly ever troubled and well-protected by the thick blue line in entrance of him.

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Trevoh Chalobah – 7

Stored his defensive form and self-discipline whilst he switched from a 3 to a 4 when Liverpool pressed.

Thiago Silva – 8

Used all his expertise particularly when Liverpool stepped it up initially of the second half. Stays the calmest man on the planet.

Benoit Badiashile – 7

Confirmed he’s a real attacking menace and near a primary Chelsea purpose. Stable and powerful and dedication could have happy Graham Potter.

Benoit Badiashile already looks at home in the Premier League

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Benoit Badiashile already seems to be at house within the Premier LeagueCredit score: AFP

Marc Cucurella – 6

Caught to his defensive activity to disclaim Mo Salah house though barely made any attacking affect down the flank.

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Jorginho – 5

Tidy sufficient however does he ever actually set a tempo or damage opponents? Only a bit too humdrum.

Conor Gallagher – 7

Spiky and combative from the opening minute. Sailed near the wind a couple of occasions with rash tackles however by no means flinched from the battle.

Conor Gallagher battles with Thiago

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Conor Gallagher battles with ThiagoCredit score: Reuters

Hakim Ziyech – 7

The most recent unlikely alternative of proper wing-back however hardly ever as uncovered defensively as may need been and did supply width and form. One nice run ended with shot too excessive.

Mason Mount – 6

Some brilliant moments however too few for him to essentially affect the sport as he would have wished.

Lewis Corridor – 7

Teenager needed to flit between central position in possession and wider one off the ball. Shut with a cross-shot earlier than made means for Mudryk.

Lewis Hall continues to get a run in the Chelsea first team

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Lewis Corridor continues to get a run within the Chelsea first workforceCredit score: AFP

Kai Havertz – 6

Unfortunate to have inadvertently stepped offside to be denied an early purpose. Labored exhausting however not a pure No9 and barely unfair to ask him to play there.

Substitutes:

Mykhailo Mudryk (for Corridor, 67) – 7

Ukrainian shone off the bench on his Prem bow. Dancing ft so shut to creating breakthrough. Appears to be like the true deal.

Cesar Azpilicueta (for Chalobah, 81) – 6

Membership skipper changed injured Chalobah late-on as Blues battened down the defensive hatches to make his five hundredth look for the membership.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (for Havertz, 81) – 6

A real striker for the final 10 minutes or so however too late for him to get into the sport.

Carney Chukwuemeka (for Mount, 82) – 6

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Practically made an prompt affect solely to lose his footing after bursting into the field.

Subs not used: Bettinelli, Koulibaly, Humphreys, Loftus-Cheek, Fofana

Mykhailo Mudryk looked to make an impression on his Chelsea debut

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Mykhailo Mudryk regarded to make an impression on his Chelsea debutCredit score: PA



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