Nicolas Pepe (RW) – 6/10 – The only player offering movement in the final third was Pepe, who repeatedly attempted to receive a diagonal ball across Ben Godfrey but also was direct in his approach, particularly in the second half. Was lively but can do more. Remarkably, one of the biggest threats without being especially good.
Eddie Nketiah (ST) – 4/10 – Struggles to play the lone striker role but any centre-forward in Europe would if they were in this team. The movement across the pitch is non-existent, static at best. Snapped at a chance in the first half when he had time to take a touch, and while his struggles are a reflection of the team’s, he needs to show for the ball more.
Willian (LW) – 3/10 – No effort, no running, no threat, no desire, no reliability, no strategy, no quality. No good.
Did better moving centrally in the second half but you can’t forgive.