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Player ratings from Chelsea 0-2 Manchester United

Chelsea FC v Manchester United - Premier League

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 17: Andreas Christensen of Chelsea FC and Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United in action during the Premier League match between Chelsea FC and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on February 17, 2020 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Chloe Knott - Danehouse/Getty Images)

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Manchester United defeated Chelsea 2-0 on Monday at Stamford Bridge, moving the Red Devils to within three points of their fourth-place hosts.

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Who were the stars and the duds? Read on...

Chelsea

Willy Caballero -- 6 -- Just one save on the day.

Reece James -- 5 -- A miserable in 50/50s for a promising player.

Antonio Rudiger -- 6 -- Lost Maguire on United’s second goal but was otherwise strong

Andreas Christensen -- 6.5 -- Strong and fought through a bloodied nose before succumbing to the injury at halftime, but couldn’t stop Martial from making it 1-0.

Cesar Azpilicueta -- 6 -- Okay day, but rightly or wrongly his shove cost Chelsea a goal (Probably wrongly).

Mateo Kovacic -- 8 -- He was everywhere. According to Sofascore, Kovacic had over 100 touches, 87 percent passing, two key passes, four of five dribbles and 8-of-14 in duels to go with an interception, three clearances, and three tackles.

Jorginho -- 8 -- Exceptional. Nailed eight of his nine long balls and passed at 94 percent. A maestro.

N’Golo Kante -- N/A -- Only a dozen minutes before his injury-riddled season met February head-on.

Willian -- 7 -- Couldn’t get Chelsea on the board, so we shouldn’t praise him too much, but the Brazilian doesn’t get enough love for his willingness and adeptness in tackling.

Pedro -- 7 -- Three key passes highlight an active day.

Michy Batshuayi -- 5 -- Couldn’t finish some prime chances, and caught an unpunished boot to the groin. Insult meet injury. Zero shots on target.

Subs

Mason Mount -- 6 -- Nearly had an assist if not for Olivier Giroud’s offside toes.

Kurt Zouma -- 7 -- Came off the bench to score, though it was pulled off the board by VAR. Won six of seven duels, and was steady at the back.

Olivier Giroud -- 6 -- Nearly had a goal if not for his toes and the timing of a freeze frame.


Manchester United

David De Gea -- 6 -- Hardly-tested, but did have one fine save.

Luke Shaw -- 6 -- Not bad.

Harry Maguire -- 8 -- How do you rate a man who should’ve been sent off but was otherwise a beast and scored a terrific insurance goal? I guess we’re saying you rate him as if he wasn’t sent off, which he wasn’t.

Eric Bailly -- 7 -- One really poor moment early, but rebounded and showed terrific skill in recovery, tackling, and even moving the ball forward via dribble.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka -- 8 -- He may end up being the best signing of the summer (Sorry Harry). Terrific assist, four clearances, three blocked shots, two interceptions, and a tackle.

Brandon Williams -- 7 -- Steadier than his 19 years would have you imagine.

Nemanja Matic -- 7 -- Busy in the middle, albeit quieter than usual.

Fred -- 7 -- Got away with one thanks to VAR.

Bruno Fernandes -- 7 -- Continued to flash his supreme talent, though the end product eluded him.

Daniel James -- 5 -- Looked busy, but not productive.

Anthony Martial -- 7 -- Terrific header on the goal, and was industrious in trying to produce. more.

Subs

Andreas Pereira -- N/A

Odion Ighalo -- N/A

Diogo Dalot -- N/A