The worst players
1. R. Sessegnon.
In today's game, he was without a doubt the worst Tottenham player that was out there on the field. Today, he got the game started on the wingback position and his assignment was to keep an eye on Ruben Loftus Cheek. However, the star player for Chelsea was too good for him.
2. H. M. Son.
Son did not display his usual level of play today against Chelsea. He was man marked by Reece James of Chelsea, who did a good job of keeping him quiet. He was man marked by Reece James of Chelsea.
3. Hugo Lloris
It's nothing new for the goalie for Tottenham to let in goals when they play at Stamford Bridge. Lloris has let in more than eight goals against Chelsea in the last three and a half years, and up to half of those goals have been scored at Stamford Bridge. The Frenchman had a miserable time out in the sticks today.
The Best Players
1. Reece James
What a talented actor! After his performance against Everton the week before, opposing fans must have reasoned that he will not be as good as he was the previous season. However, the Englishman man came into today's game breathing fire from his nostrils and proved those fans wrong. He was outstanding against Son, to the point where the top player for Tottenham was barely noticeable during the match. Today, the game was won by the goal he scored.
2. Kaliduo Koulibaly.
The former Napoli player started for Chelsea for the first time today at Stamford Bridge and scored the team's first goal. When it came to defense, he was an absolute rock, and he managed to keep Kane quiet for the whole game's duration. Thomas Tuchel will be taken aback by what he sees.
3. M. Cucurella.
Today against Tottenham, the new Chelsea player did not make a single mistake in his performance. His passes were quick and direct, and his sprints into the Tottenham side of the field were the same way. There is no question that he was at the pinnacle of his abilities today.
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