Norwich City v Chelsea - Player ratings
Player ratings for both Norwich City and Chelsea following their Premier League clash.
• Norwich City:
7 Mark Bunn: Made good saves from Moses and Hazard, little chance with the goal.
6 Russell Martin: Kept fully occupied but stood up pretty well to the Chelsea attack.
7 Michael Turner: Outstanding at the back and he gave Chelsea nothing in the air.
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7 Sebastien Bassong: Might have scored late equaliser to add to his City goalscoring tally.
6 Javier Garrido: Gave the ball away more than usual against dangerous opponents.
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6 Alex Tettey: Competed well in midfield though distribution was a bit inconsistent.
6 Bradley Johnson: Found the midfield battle a tough one, picked up needless booking.
7 Robert Snodgrass: Looked the most likely source of a goalscoring chance once again.
6 Wes Hoolahan: So much good work on the ball but not enough options ahead of him.
6 Anthony Pilkington: Started brightly against Azpilicueta before fading in the second half.
6 Grant Holt: The usual battling display but barely a chance in 90 minutes.
Subs: Steve Morison (for Pilkington) 5, Jonny Howson (for Johnson) 5, Elliott Bennett (for Hoolahan) 5
6 Petr Cech: Had barely a save to make even though City pressed hard at times.
6 Cesar Azpilicueta: Looked better going forward than at the back when under pressure.
7 Gary Cahill: Gave very little away and kept his defence pretty well organised.
7 Branislav Ivanovic: Looks one of the most improved players in the whole Chelsea side.
6 Ashley Cole: Might have scored a spectacular own goal with his late clearance.
7 David Luiz: Looks very accomplished in his new role – except his shooting.
6 John Obi Mikel: Solid enough in midfield on his recall, before an early departure.
7 Victor Moses: A tricky customer on the flanks but missed one good opening.
8 Juan Mata: Great goal and a joy to watch, if only he isn’t playing against you.
7 Oscar: Justified his recall, had a hand in goal and looked quite dangerous.
5 Fernando Torres: Another very quiet afternoon for the �50m man at Carrow Road.
Subs: Frank Lampard (for Obi Mikel) 5, Eden Hazard (for Moses) 5, Nathan Ake (for Mata) 5