Chelsea knew that they were fighting a losing battle after being 3 nil down after the first leg. A goal from Tammy on the night wasn’t enough to make much of an impact on the overall result.
Willy Cabellero (4)
Making the worst possible start, Cabellero was immediately put under pressure when he conceded an early penalty and failed to save Lewandowski’s 12 yard strike. Had very little chance in saving the other goals. He did well to pull off some other saves but not his best performance.
Played Lewandowski onside for the penalty and the Italian had a torrid evening thanks to Muller and Gnabry. Although there were some bright passages of play from Emerson when his shot saved by Neuer was tapped in by Abraham.
Kurt Zouma (5)
Had some questionable moments in defence this evening especially when it came to Lewandowski but otherwise was a solid defence form the centre-back.
Andreas Christensen (4)
Made a couple of good blocks but his defensive fragilities were once again shown against a formidable Bayern side.
Reece James (5)
He did well to keep up with Alphonso Davies all night which wasn’t an easy task but struggled to make an impact when he got forward.
Ross Barkley (4)
Pretty ineffective all match. He really struggled with Bayern’s play and was very wasteful with possession. His free kick was pretty poor also.
Matteo Kovacic (4)
Despite being one of Chelsea’s best players all season, Kovacic looked off the pace. This cost Chelsea when he spilled the ball to Lewandowski who set up Ivan Perisic for Bayern’s second of the night.
Ngolo Kante (5)
The frenchman did ok in his first game back after injury despite looking a little off the pace. He worked hard for the team but didn’t seem very vocal as captain for the evening.
Mason Mount (5)
Found it difficult to get into the game in the first half but found himself getting more confident as the game went on. His best moment of the game came when his shot on goal was saved by Neuer.
Tammy Abraham (5)
Did well to hold himself up against Bayern and looked up for the fight despite the tie being less than favourable. He displayed some nice moments during the game and was rewarded after being offside in the build up of Hudson-Odoi’s goal by pouncing on Neuer’s save from Emerson’s shot to slot home for Chelsea.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (6)
Give credit where credit is due. This was one of Callum’s better performances of recent times. He was unlucky that his sublime finish from 25 yards was ruled out by VAR. There were times however when he could’ve been more clinical .
Olivier Giroud (n/a)
Wasn’t on the pitch long enough to make an real impact for Chelsea. You almost feel that Lampard missed a trick to play him and Abraham up front together.