He got hit with both legs for a tie and would be frustrated because he didn’t touch her. Weak in scoring the second and third goals, before making several good saves to keep the Rovers level.
No moments too bad, but his three backs sharpened a lot of goals again, and it could have been more than that.
The first goal came through his channel and he could have done something better to clear the second goal off.
A difficult night in the third, but he provided a lot of good services to the attackers from the right side and appeared to lead the winning team late.
Positive for the ball in the first period, pushing forward at every opportunity. A big kick from behind sparked a dangerous counterattack.
He didn’t see much ball with Chelsea taking over midfield.
It was shown in the first half, but had a hard time tracking down the fast-paced young Chelsea shotguns in the second half.
Very lively in the first period, as it shows the quick dribbling that Rovers have been craving. He was in the right place to run into the house after Dali’s bullet was dodged. It should have scored more, with a handful of slots wasted.
Tied well with Hanlan and Nicholson in the first half, and his shot landed Rovers’s second goal.. He was injured in the first half.
Too big, strong and fast for the young Chelsea side. His strength crossed the defense for the opening goal, and proved to be a steady hand in the first half. Calm down the second half.
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